To be able to write letters children have to be able to control a pencil. These pages are great for pencil and pre-writing skills. Tracing the lines helps with hand-eye coordination and eventually letter formation.
Who Can Play?
• Unique Learners
You are getting -- 12 pre-writing lines that connect two images. black and white.
Different ways to use:
Print out the pages and use just like worksheets.
- Print and stick in page protectors. Use dry erase markers for multiple uses.
- Print and cut apart. Laminate. Use with dry erase markers.
- Print on paper, trace lines with watercolors and cotton swabs.
- Use playdough snakes to complete the lines.
Resource includes sets without lines. (Uses)
- Print worksheets back to back. Trace front, recreate on back.
- Print back to back and cut apart. Laminate. Trace front, recreate back.
- Print one side. Cut apart and laminate. Match pairs and draw line on blank strip.
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