Raise your hand if you're scared of using highlighters with your students... My hand's raised too! I've created these printables to hopefully take care of some of our worry of having highlighter marks over everything, including desks, faces, and maybe the paper!
Included in this set of no-prep printables are 4 types of highlighting printables and each printable has a practice section at the bottom as a recap:
~Words: These printables ask the students to highlight single specific words that are presented in a fun way. They are in the shape of the word asked to be highlighted.
~Scattered Words: These printables ask the students to highlight single specific words that are presented in random order. The type of these words is larger to give the students more practice with fine motor control.
~Line Tracing: Students are asked to follow a dashed line on these printables, in hopes of teaching them to highlight a sentence maybe or a group of words.
~Sentences: These printables present the students with a sentence in which they must just highlight one specific word only, which is ultimately the final goal we're looking for.
Please keep in mind that these printables are only meant to practice highlighting only. All other skills presented are secondary to highlighting, which is the main purpose of the printables.
Hopefully these printables will give you a sigh of relief down the line when you pass out the highlighters! All these printalbes are Christmas related. Please see the preview for a look at all the printables included.