These fine motor alphabet lacing cards are just right for building fine motor skills. Students work on lacing the uppercase alphabet, as well as beginning letter pictures. Follow up Find and Punch strips build strong motor muscles with hole-punching fun! This set is designed to be low prep, and easy for students to complete on their own, and best of all it fits perfectly inside a small task card photo box. This set can be used with multiple ages and reused for years to come!
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This pack includes 52 alphabet task cards (on 14 sheets of paper) and 26 find and punch strips (on 6 sheets of paper).
How to Use:
These alphabet task cards are designed to fit perfectly inside standard task card photo containers. (4x6) After laminating the cards, cut them apart and use a hole puncher to create holes in the designated spots. You might need to trim the wider letters to fit (M, W, etc…) There are also alphabet picture shapes for lacing, however these will not fit inside a task box. These picture shapes can be stored in a small plastic bag. This set also includes A-Z Find and Punch alphabet strips. These are intended to be used as small motor muscle exercises giving students a chance to use the hole puncher. Cut the strips apart and instruct students to find the uppercase and lowercase letters for each strip, then punch them out. If your students do not have the strength or control for a hole puncher yet, you can use Q-tips to dip and dab, or just have them lay the strip over a softer surface like felt, and punch through with a sharp pencil.
· Laminator or Page Protectors
· Hole Puncher
· Lacing String & Small Piece of Tape