Back to School Centers Tracing for Preschool, Pre-k, and Special Needs

Back to School Centers Tracing for Preschool, Pre-k, and Special Needs
Back to School Centers Tracing for Preschool, Pre-k, and Special Needs
Back to School Centers Tracing for Preschool, Pre-k, and Special Needs
Back to School Centers Tracing for Preschool, Pre-k, and Special Needs
Back to School Centers Tracing for Preschool, Pre-k, and Special Needs
Back to School Centers Tracing for Preschool, Pre-k, and Special Needs
Back to School Centers Tracing for Preschool, Pre-k, and Special Needs
Back to School Centers Tracing for Preschool, Pre-k, and Special Needs
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Looking for Back to School center activities for your task boxes or writing center? Preschool, pre-k, early childhood and special needs students will work on fine motor and letter formation handwriting skills with these independent work tasks. ✍ Trace the valentine shape and write beginning letter of that word.</strong>

This Tracing Task Set Includes:

☔ 13 (5x7) tracing task card concepts on cards, focusing on pre-writing skills (letters include: (Cc,Ll,Bb,Ss,Tt,Ee,Mm)
☔ Can be easily stored on binder rings, pencil box cases, or glue them onto file folders! There are many options for presenting these tasks to your learners based on their learning style. 

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Young children with special needs learn best by being engaged in hands-on developmentally appropriate tasks. Help your students master pre-requisite skills in the different center areas of your classroom. These are great for task boxes, independent work area, or 1:1 teaching area. 

<span style="text-decoration:underline;"><em><strong>What is the child learning by doing these tasks? </strong></em></span>

⭐ independence
⭐ mastering important pre-requisite skill
⭐ sustained learner's attention to task
⭐ reinforce basic concepts for English Language Learners and other students in the preschool classroom

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