Write your name

Write your name: Download 27 free worksheets for intense practice

Children scribble, colour and squeeze slime at an early age to strengthen the tiny muscles in their hands. When they draw shapes and colour within the lines, they show that they can control a pencil or crayon. This is the time for them to start tracing letters and learning to write. By age 5, they should be able to respond to the instruction, “Write your name.”

Being able to say, spell and write your name is a major qualification for entering primary school and would have to be done for the rest of a person’s life. Children are asked to “write your name” on all their books, a school’s sign-in sheet, at the top of an assignment or test, and to sign up for sports or field trips along with their parents’ signature.

Parents and teachers of students ages 2 to 5 can teach children to spell their names using these free flashcards. Then, the children can learn to write their names using the 27 free worksheets in this article. These worksheets consist of 26 ruled pages with each letter of the alphabet for children to trace dotted letters. Also, there is one worksheet with all the letters to trace. You may select the worksheets with the letters in a child’s name for them to get practice with those letters in a particular order.

Write your name with capital and common letters

Each worksheet contains one letter of the alphabet in both capital and common forms. If a child’s name is Toby David Smith, you may select the worksheets with the letters Tt, Oo, Bb, Yy, Dd, Aa, Vv, Ii, Dd, Ss, Mm, Ii, Tt and Hh.

Starting with the Tt worksheet, let the child trace the capital T from start to end. When completed, ask the child to write “T” on the line at the top of the page next to the word Name. Using the Oo worksheet, let the child trace the common o from start to end. When completed, ask the child to write “To” on the line at the top of the page on that worksheet. Do this for each letter until the last worksheet states the child’s full name “Toby David Smith”.

On completion, the child can use a notebook to continue writing his or her name freehand. Some children learn faster than others so it may not be necessary for a child to trace all the letters on a worksheet. It is up to the parent or teacher to recognise when a child seems to be ready to write the letter freehand at the top of the page.

How to tell the difference between similar letters

It is common for children to confuse the letters a and q; b and d; d and p; h and n; n and u; N and Z; m and w; and M and W. Since these letters have similar visual features, some children take a while before they can tell the difference.

Read the suggestions offered for teaching each letter. This will speed up the process of getting children to write their names without struggling to remember the differences in letters.

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Download and print worksheets

Get started with your lessons by choosing the images that you would like to print. Right click and save the image to your device. Feed your printer with standard A4 paper and let the tracing begin.

Write your name with letter worksheets

Write your name

Capital A, common a

The 1st letter is Aa. Write your name using capital A and common a. The handwritten common a is usually mistaken for common q. Specify that the line at right for common a is much shorter than common q. Download, save, print and trace the letter Aa.

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Capital B, common b

The 2nd letter is Bb. Write your name using capital B and common b. Common b is usually mistaken for common d so you may state that common b has a belly in front the line. Download, save, print and trace the letter Bb.

Write your name

Capital C, common c

The 3rd letter is Cc. Write your name using capital C and common c. Download, save, print and trace the letter Cc.

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Capital D, common d

The 4th letter is Dd. Write your name using capital D and common d. Common d is usually mistaken for common b so you may state that common d has a diaper behind the line. Download, save, print and trace the letter Dd.

Write your name

Capital E, common e

The 5th letter is Ee. Write your name using capital E and common e. Download, save, print and trace the letter Ee.

Write your name

Capital F, common f

The 6th letter Ff. Write your name using capital F and common f. Download, save, print and trace the letter Ff.

Write your name

Capital G, common g

The 7th letter is Gg. Write your name using capital G and common g. Download, save, print and trace the letter Gg.

Write your name

Capital H, common h

The 8th letter is Hh. Write your name using capital H and common h. Common h is commonly mistaken for common n. Specify that the line at left for common h is much taller than common n. Download, save, print and trace the letter Hh.

Capital I, common i

The 9th letter is Ii. Write your name using capital I and common i. Download, save, print and trace the letter Ii.

Write your name

Capital J, common j

The 10th letter is Jj. Write your name using capital J and common j. Download, save, print and trace the letter Jj.

Capital K, common k

The 11th letter is Kk. Write your name using capital K and common k. Download, save, print and trace the letter Kk.

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Capital L, common l

The 12th letter is Ll. Write your name using capital L and common l. Download, save, print and trace the letter Ll.

Capital M, common m

The 13th letter is Mm. Write your name using capital M and common m. Both capital M and common m are commonly mistaken for capital W and common w. These letters are the same when turned upside down. Specify that the M and m are opened at the bottom. Download, save, print and trace the letter Mm.

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Capital N, common n

The 14th letter is Nn. Write your name using capital N and common n. Capital N is commonly mistaken for capital Z. These two letters look the same when turned sideways. Specify that N looks like part of M which is next to it.

Common n is commonly mistaken for common h. Specify that the line at left for common n is much shorter than common h.

Also, common n is commonly mistaken for common u. These two letters look the same when turned upside down. Specify that n is opened at the bottom. Download, save, print and trace the letter Nn.

Capital O, common o

The 15th letter is Oo. Write your name using capital O and common o. Download, save, print and trace the letter Oo.

Capital P, common p

The 16th letter is Pp. Write your name using capital P and common p. Download, save, print and trace the letter Pp.

Capital Q, common q

The 17th letter is Qq. Write your name using capital Q and common q. Common q is usually mistaken for the handwritten common a. Specify that the line at right for common q is much longer than common a. Download, save, print and trace the letter Qq.

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Capital R, common r

The 18th letter is Rr. Write your name using capital R and common r. Download, save, print and trace the letter Rr.

Capital S, common s

The 19th letter is Ss. Write your name using capital S and common s. Download, save, print and trace the letter Ss.

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Capital T, common t

The 20th letter is Tt. Write your name using capital T and common t. Download, save, print and trace the letter Tt.

Capital U, common u

The 21st letter is Uu. Write your name using capital U and common u. Common u is commonly mistaken for common n. These two letters look the same when turned upside down. Specify that u is opened at the top. Download, save, print and trace the letter Uu.

Capital V, common v

The 22nd letter is Vv. Write your name using capital V and common v. Download, save, print and trace the letter Vv.

Capital W, common w

The 23rd letter is Ww. Write your name using capital W and common w. Both capital W and common w are commonly mistaken for capital M and common m. These letters are the same when turned upside down. Specify that Ww is opened at the top. Download, save, print and trace the letter Ww.

Capital X, common x

The 24th letter is Ww. Write your name using capital X and common x. Download, save, print and trace the letter Xx.

Capital Y, common y

The 25th letter is Yy. Write your name using capital Y and common y. Download, save, print and trace the letter Yy.

Capital Z, common z

The 26th letter is Zz. Write your name using capital Z and common z. Capital Z is commonly mistaken for capital N. These two letters look the same when turned sideways. Specify that N looks like part of M which is next to it, so Z will be the other shape. Download, save, print and trace the letter Zz.

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