Uppercase Letters D, E, and F Worksheet

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A, B, and C might be the first few letters of the alphabet, but D, E, and F are important, too! Continue tracing the alphabet with this free printable worksheet! Some letters, like E, and F are tricky for kids to write, so help early learners use the right pencil strokes by following the tracing lines on the top of the page. Use the colorful pictures as a way to reinforce letter sounds while children form each letter properly by starting at the big red dot.

Required skills:
To resolve this worksheet, students should know how to recognize uppercase letters D, E and F, and how to trace them following the directional lines and arrows while practicing their fine motor skills. They should also be able to form each letter properly by starting at the big red dot and use colorful pictures to reinforce letter sounds.

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