Woodland Animals Copywork Sentences Free Printables for Kids Post Preview – Fall is the perfect time for some cute woodland animals. Kids can practice reading, copying, and writing sentences with these woodland animal printables.
Working on copywork and handwriting can be a little tedious sometimes. This packet is a fun way to make it a little more visually appealing.
The free packet today is all about super cute woodland animals. There is a picture of the animal and then a sentence about them for kids to read. Kids will then trace the sentence in a couple different ways and then write their own.
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Woodland Animals Copywork Sentences Printables
The Woodland Animals Copywork Packet would be a great addition to any regular school day or to an animal unit study.
And, while this isn’t specifically a fall packet, the pictures make me think of fall. It goes perfectly with this set of color your own fall animals bookmarks.
Content of the Woodland Animals Copywork Sentences Printables
The packet is appropriate for kids in preschool – 2nd grade. Of course, some may find it too easy and some too difficult in that age range. However, the packet is free, so you can download it and use it only if it works well for you and your students.
How to Use the Woodland Animals Copywork Worksheets
On each of the animal sentence pages, kids will do the following:
- Read the sentence.
- Fill in the outline sentence.
- Trace the sentence written in dotted letters.
- Write the sentence on the lines at the bottom of the page.
If you want to use each page just one time: you can print the pages out on regular paper and give them to your kids or students. Students can use a pencil, crayons, or markers.
If you want to reuse pages: you can print the pages in color or black and white and laminate the pages (or put them in page protectors). Then give students a dry erase marker to trace and write the sentences.
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How You May Use This Learning Packet
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