### Number Tracing – Number 2

Practice tracing number 2 on this number tracing page and you’ll be ahead of the game when it comes to writing 12 or the numbers in the 20’s … or the 200’s…or the 2,000’s!
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### Number Tracing – Number 3

Have you ever heard of a double decker bus? Well, the number 3 is a double decker number! It has two three quarter shaped circles, one on top of the other, nearly symmetrical.
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### Number Tracing – Number 4

This number 4 is not staunch and stuffy, but it is prim and proper with its nice straight lines. This number tracing worksheet has one of several ways a 4 can be written.
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### Number Tracing – Number 5

My grandma (a kinder teacher) always told me to think of the 5 as a man with a hat. Draw the straight line down, then the circle. Write the line across the top. That’s the man’s hat!
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### Number Tracing – Number 6

Alley oop oop! That’s the number 6. Start at the top and start tracing down (that’s the alley part), then make the circle (that’s the oop, oop part)! Where’s your imagination?
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### Number Tracing – Number 7

Number 7 is the captain of the ship. He stands straight and tall looking very confident & in charge. That should be your attitude when tracing the number 7’s on this tracing page!
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### Number Tracing – Number 8

Number 8 is a loop de loop. Start at the top & make a loop down to the left, then to the right, touch the bottom, loop up to the left, then to the right & stop where you started!
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### Number Tracing – Number 9

Tracing number 9 is just the opposite of tracing number 6, except you don’t start at the bottom. Start on the dashed line and make your way up around and then down.
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### Number Tracing – Number 10

Number 10 on this number tracing page is large and in charge. Putting the 1 and the 0 together, it’s taking up more space leaving room for only four 10’s per line on seven lines.
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### Number Tracing – Number 11

What do you get when you put 1 and 1 together? 11! And you thought you traced the number 1 a lot when you did the number 1 tracing page … now it’s more with number 11.
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### Number Tracing – Number 12

Number 1 and number 2 have married and become one in this number tracing page for number 12. Yes, the 2 is the curvy one of the pair! Four twelves per line on seven lines.
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### Number Tracing – Number 13

Number 13 is not the unlucky one. That’s just superstition. Test it out. Print this number tracing page for 13 and see if only good things happen. At least you’ll be a great 13 tracer!
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### Number Tracing – Number 14

Look out! You’re on number FOURteen. No flying golf balls here. Just a great number 14 tracing page. Give it your best shot & trace, trace, trace until you’ve got an ace in the hole!
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### Number Tracing – Number 15

Five, ten, now 15. My how you’ve progressed through these number tracing pages. Keep up the good work and keep on keepin’ on. Trace the four 15’s on each line on all 7 lines. Great effort!
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### Number Tracing – Number 16

Over the hills & through the woods to number 16 tracing page we go… No, no! It’s not that hard. Just click the number tracing page, move your cursor to the lower right corner & click print!
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### Number Tracing – Number 17

If the number 7 number tracing page was a captain, then this page for 17 is an admiral. The four 17’s across each line representing the four stars on his uniform! Trace neatly.
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