35 handwriting activities for kids who hate handwriting but need the practice--without worksheets.

Handwriting Activities for Kids

35 handwriting activities for kids who hate handwriting but need the practice--without worksheets. Find a pen pal, make a sensory handwriting tray, make lists, and

21 Handwriting Activities For Kids Who Hate Writing from @noflashcards

21 Handwriting Activities For Kids Who Hate Writing

Learn with Play at Home: Clever classroom trick for kids learning to write in the lines.

Clever classroom trick for kids learning to write in the lines.

Clever classroom trick for kids learning to write in the lines. Clever classroom trick for kids learning to write in the lines. A play bas.

Enjoy this free, colorful twist on the classic, Snakes and Ladders. Can you make your way through the entire alphabet? #printable

The Amazing Alphabet Printables & Storybook

Free printable alphabet Slides and Ladders game. And some more supercute free printables on this site!

Good to know -- using highlighted paper helps students with letter size differentiation

Tips from an OT- Guest Post

Using highlighted paper helps students with letter size differentiation - good idea to help students with fine motor difficulties without using kiddie paper.

Persuasive writing prompts are best with a mentor text! I love persuasive writing activities with mentor texts because the writing is always engaging and hilarious! (Freebie Included)

Writing with Mentor Texts

Hannah Friend Persuasive writing prompts are best with a mentor text! I love persuasive writing activities with mentor texts because the writing is always engaging and hilarious!

Free! I made this editable print-practice sheet for a colleague of mine who teaches kids with dyslexia. Enter any text you want, then print. The traceable text is smaller than what you would find on similar print practice sheets for lower grades. I use these myself for high school students whose print is so bad I couldn't read it. It made a difference, and seeing the look on their face when I handed it to them was priceless!

I made this editable print-practice sheet for a colleague of mine who teaches kids with dyslexia. Enter any text you want, then print. The traceable text is smaller than what you would find on similar print practice sheets for lower grades.

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