No time to work on handwriting and fine-motor skills? Try these to work on those skills plus Math.
This product was developed to help students develop good habits for handwriting. Handwriting is much easier when kids learn and get in the habit of drawing lines from top-bottom, left-right and counter-clockwise circles. In addition, I've added some worksheets that use hole punches, cotton swabs and scissors. A hole punch and scissors help develop grasp strength. A cotton swab with a little paint helps to develop a nice pinch grasp needed to hold a pencil optimally.
Lots of repetition is needed to develop a motor-plan or habit. This lead me to use math because I was able to get lots of repetition. It might appear excessive to write that many lines and circles but it's needed.
I used the Common Core Kindergarten Math standards to develop the activities and worksheets. There are several versions of many of the worksheets with more or less visual prompts for subtle differentiation. I have also included blank templates. You can write in the numbers and problems you want. I'm sure I didn't think of everything.
I have uploaded a free sample for folks to try out.