FREE Printable Paw Patrol Handwriting Worksheets!

July 14, 2017

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Who doesn't love Paw Patrol!?

My two boys absolutely adore it! In fact, as my 6 year old is slowly outgrowing the show, my 3 year old is starting to get hooked. It's adorable hearing him say all the names of the characters with such enthusiasm in his sweet little voice!

Because of our love for the show, I decided to make handwriting practice worksheets for my (then) 4 year old. The idea started when my son was working on a generic handwriting printable and asked for a Rocky sticker to put on his worksheet to make it more fun...

I immediately thought, why don't I just skip that step and make him some Paw Patrol worksheets?! He immediately fell in love. In fact, we love them so much, I plan on using them again with his little bro when it's time!

Because everyone loves pictures, here's a shot of my guy working on his handwriting. To give you an idea of how we use them, I put the worksheets in sheet protectors and have him use dry erase markers (I prefer the ultra fine version). By doing this, we can use them over and over again. We keep them all in a binder together for easy access. With that said, this was taken 2 years ago -- it's hard to believe the little man in the background is about to start using them! Time flies!

Here another picture of Sam working on the letter recognition worksheet. You can either have your child(ren) circle the letter, color the letter, or cover it with a toy. Sam opted to use legos...

As an additional note...

For those of you that have tried a traditional curriculum like Handwriting Without Tears, I highly encourage you to still try these out if your child(ren) like Paw Patrol. We tried HWOT for a year and to be honest, we ended up going back to these instead. I know I might be the only one out there that isn't a huge fan of HWOT, but these ended up showing better results in my son learning handwriting (while enjoying it)! While Handwriting Without Tears is a great curriculum and I know many who LOVE it, it just didn't work for us. In the end, whatever makes handwriting exciting -- I'm game! Whatever you choose, don't feel like you have to stick with it even if you don't feel like it's working...


Without further ado, click the links below for each letter...

Letter A

Letter B

Letter C

Letter D

Letter E

Letter F

I'm slowly transferring all the files to this blog, but until that's complete, feel free to check them out at my personal blog. I have links to both handwriting and letter recognition worksheets -- all of which are FREE!

Click the image below to be rerouted to where they're located...

Check back soon and I'll hopefully have all the files here as well.


For anyone interested in downloading a single file for the entire alphabet, I have them available on Teachers Pay Teachers:

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