Teaching children to write letters and numbers does not always require a pencil or other writing tool. We use paint and paint brushes for a fun alternative to learning to write! Even my second child who is a bit more resistant to try out learning activiti
Writing your name and writing it properly is quite the accomplishment for our kids. Writing their name and labeling things as theirs is a big deal to kiddos. Help give them the confidence early with some of these Name Writing activities.
**FREE** Trace The Line Pattern to Water the Flowers Worksheet. Help your child develop their pre-writing and fine motor skills with My Teaching Station "Trace The Line Pattern to Water the Flowers" printable tracing worksheet.
Not Interested in Learning to Write Their Name? Try These.
For the kids. Put practice sheets into plastic sheet protectors so students can practice with a dry erase marker then erase when finished so its ready for the next day/next student. Idea: Chart Binders from Teacher Tipster.
Pencil Grasp Development - Acquiring the correct pencil grasp is one of the most important physical skills children develop and most of that takes place during the preschool years. By Stay At Home Educator for Playdough to Plato