This Christmas cursive words tracing challenge is made for all kids who like to practice handwriting cursive by tracing words and sentences. There will be at least 8 pages to download in this challenge, and I will add one page every day starting today. I want this to be a fun way to practice what your kids already like and are interested in. I have a plan for simple word tracing worksheets, story tracing worksheets, and maybe some recipes.
If you have an idea for something to trace, share it with me, if it will be possible to create, I’ll be happy to do it.
I’m running two more challenges at the same time, you will find in them worksheets for preschoolers and worksheets for kids to practice handwriting with block letters. For all of them, I will be adding new worksheets every day.
There is one more Christmas-related worksheet with cursive tracing you might be interested to download. I created a printable letter to Santa with traceable words and a space for drawing. This worksheet is free, just download it, print it, and start writing.
Day 1 – Cursive tracing words Santa, Christmas, sleigh, elf, gifts, reindieer.
We are starting from simple word tracing and rewriting. If there is enough space, your child can rewrite the word more than once.
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In the next 7 days, I will add here one printable page per day.
Day 2 – Advent Calendar With Cursive Number Tracing
There are three pages in this pdf file. In each line, you will find a number to trace and a word representing this number to trace, all of them in cursive.
Day 3 – Trace cursive and sing Jingle Bels
Turn on music, Christmas songs, trace the most famous words from this Christmas song and maybe song 🙂 Have fun
Day 4 – Cursive trace all the Santa’s reindeer.
Traditionally there are eight reindeer Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner, and Blitzen. But there is also Rudolf the night reindeer with a red nose, and Olive, the other reindeer. Today you can download the worksheet with cursive tracing all Santa’s reindeer names. Have fun.
Day 5 – Cursive tracing Christmas tree decorations list.
There can be a really long list of items you use to decorate the Christmas tree. In my list, you will find a garland, ornaments, lights, snowflakes, and many more. Trace the words and rewrite them. Do you have any idea for an ornament? Write it in the empty line.
Day 6 – Ways to say Merry Christmas
Ok, so I needed to google it. I found a website, where was not only a list of how to say “Merry Christmas” but also a list of translations from other languages. You can check it by yourself. For my worksheet, I chose five of them, with I liked.
Day 7 – Cursive tracing letters G, S, and E
It is not a full alphabet but just three letters from it. Three lines on each page, one with capital letters, one with small, and finally in the last line a word to trace in cursive. Landscape oriented page helps me to add more letters and it is more comfortable to work for kids.
Day 8 – Cursive Tracing Easy Gingerbread Icing Recipe
This is the last worksheet in this cursive Christmas challenge and in it, I share with you an easy gingerbread icing recipe. It is super easy to make, it holds shape and tastes good. If it is too watery add more sugar, and if it is too dry add a little lemon :).
I hope you enjoyed this challenge, and if you look for more cursive tracing, check cursive summer tracing worksheets.
If you would like alphabet cursive tracing pages made for kids, you can buy them for about $2 (price change and depends on where you leave) in my Etsy shop.