Learners who understand how letters are made will be better writers. (lines, stops, curves etc.)
Pencil work is a very important "back to school' skill. Ensure that EVERY learner knows the shapes and directions for writing letters.
16 clean and clear worksheets keeps all learners on track.
Lines – left to right
Lines – top to bottom
Circles – 1
Circles – 2
Oblong – 1
Oblong – 2
Curves – top to bottom
Curves – left to right
Small curves – left to right
Stops – left to right
Stops – top to bottom
Diagonals – 1
Diagonals – 2
Blank sheet (you pick a mark or a letter)
EARLY CHILDHOOD INFO:
Young children need to explore, but they also need to learn about boundaries and how to follow directions. A balance of free play and structured play is critical in developing the kinds of skills that will make them more flexible, resilient, and persistent. Daily engagement in these critical areas work together to create a “whole child”. Have Fun!
“Start Here!” was created in order to provide access to high quality researched based activities for parents, preschool teachers, and daycare providers.
The first years are a peak period for a toddler/preschooler and it is important to support the six domains of early childhood development.
I created and used these materials in my own career as early intervention practitioner. My aim is that all adults who care and work with children will be empowered by the information and activities. Everyone, when using best practice, can help kids reach their potential.
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Note to parents: these materials are not intended to replace professional evaluation and treatment. If your child is exhibiting any signs of autism spectrum or speech-language delay, they will be best served by being evaluated and treated by a licensed and certified professional