This is a great Easter resource to help develop handwriting skills. It is a visual game where the children have to match, spot the difference, complete the mazes, find the extra images in a picture and many more.
As a children's occupational therapist I love to create handwriting sheets that are fun, creative and successful.
These sheets will help children develop the visual skills needed to write. They work on areas called spatial relationships, form constancy, figure ground, visual closure, visual memory, sequential memory and visual discrimination. By noticing differences in a picture it will help them look out for the difference in letter formations e.g. the difference between writing l or t.
They have been produced in color but to save printing costs they can be printed in black and white.
There are 10 in total and each sheet will take less than 5 minutes to complete., giving you approximately 40-45 minutes worth of activities.