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Your preschoolers will love tracing their way through these frog themed easy tracing worksheets.

Add this fun tracing activity to your frog theme for preschool.

Tracing Line Benefits

With these printable tracing lines, your student will trace bumpy lines, wavy lines, and zig zag lines. How does this benefit an early learner?

Tracing lines can help develop multiple skills for your preschool students. In addition to building fine motor readiness, tracing also develops other essential skills.

Line tracing can do the following for your student:

  • Refines fine motor skills as well as pre-writing skills
  • Builds hand-eye coordination
  • Increases concentration and focus
  • Encourages drawing and creativity
  • Promotes confidence

What’s Included in the Frogs Easy Tracing Worksheets?

The printable file includes the following pages with curved lines:

  • Two full color pages with tracing exercises.
  • Two black and white pages with tracing exercises.

Each page includes three lines to trace. You’ll find a variety of lines throughout the pack: wavy lines, zig zag lines, curved lines, and more.

The pages also include prompts to entice your student to trace. Some examples of the prompts include:

  • Help the tadpole swim to the frog.
  • Help the frog catch a fly.
  • Help the frog hop to the lily pad.
  • Help the frog make a splash in the pond.

These prompts will provide your student with a sense of purpose while completing the tracing exercises. Finishing a page will help build your student’s confidence.

Preparing the Frogs Easy Tracing Pages

  1. Decide if you will use the black and white version or the full color version.
  2. Print the pages.
  3. If using the black and white version, give your student a crayon or pencil to trace the lines. If your student hasn’t mastered the pincher grip, use a broken crayon piece to help your student hold the crayon correctly. If your student enjoys coloring, let them color the images on the pages before or after they trace the lines.
  4. If using the full color version of the Frog Tracing Pages, laminate them. Alternatively, you could put them in page protectors or dry-erase pockets. Let your student use a dry-erase marker to trace the lines.

When you model how to use the tracing pages, show your student how to move from left to right.

Grab Your Set of Preschool Easy Tracing Worksheets

Simply click on the image below to grab your free printable set of Frog Tracing Pages.

Frog Tracing Pages

More Frog Printables

Are you preparing a frog them or a pond theme for your early learners? Try these printable resources to help your preschool and kindergarten students learn more about shapes, numbers, and patterns.

Frog Shapes Tracing Pages
Frog Pattern Activity Pages
Printable Frog Counting Activity