Pre-Writing Practice Pages for Preschool: Large Edition - Walking by the Way
I recently received an email from a preschool special needs teacher: “I stumbled upon your pre-writing sheets today and love them! However, I teach special education for little ones and hoped( if time allows) that you could edit these to make the prewriting strokes much larger- at least double.” I thought: Wow. Nine years later …
Tracing Shapes Practice Pages for Preschool - Walking by the Way
Many people have used my pre-writing practice pages for preschoolers and asked for more! I’m adding some easy to use (no prep!) activity pages. These include nine shapes for your student to trace: diamond, rectangle, square, hexagon, triangle, circle, oval, star, and heart. These pages are fantastic for fine motor practice as well as reviewing …
Pre-writing Pages for Preschool and Kindergarten - Walking by the Way
Simon isn’t quite ready for handwriting practice even though he is five-years-old. I try to be sensitive to my kids and what they CAN do versus what they aren’t ready for, and a handwriting book would send this little guy over the edge. Right on over. Kerplunk. I don’t want to send him over the edge, but …
Farm Friends Counting Cards - Walking by the Way
All little people like stickers, right? Here is another set of counting cards. This time it’s a farm friends theme, and they are so simple to use: color, add small round stickers, cut, and decide make into a booklet or just keep them as cards. These cards are great for: fine motor skills (coloring, sticking) counting …
Creepy Crawlies Counting Cards - Walking by the Way
We’ve been working on numbers and quantities. I needed something a little more motivating than counting blocks or cars, so I made these counting cards for my sticker loving child! Super easy to use: Print (on cardstock, if you have it). Color. Sticker. Use. We made ours into a little book because my kiddo also loves …
Alphabet Morning Work -BrainyMaze.com
Free ABC Morning Worksheets for Preschool and Kindergarten. Daily letter practice for uppercase, lowercase, pencil grip and small motor control. Tracing
Alphabet Mazes - Letters U to Z (Free Printable)
Ready for a brand new set of printables? Today I have the final set in the series of Alphabet Mazes from U to Z to share with
Magazine Shape Hunt and Sort
This magazine shape hunt is jam-packed with learning! Kids will learn shapes, practice cutting, gluing, and sorting and develop critical thinking skills.
Tracing Lines Busy Bag for Preschoolers
This printable Tracing Lines Busy Bag is perfect for practice tracing and learning to write. Busy bag for preschoolers strengthening fine motor skills.
What's the big deal about Fine Motor Skills anyway?
A look at fine motor skills and why they are important to develop in young children before they learn how to write.
Stringing Beads Activity for Preschool
Use this super simple bead stringing activity for an easy fine motor practice activity in your preschool or totschool!
6 Tips for Correcting Pencil Grip | Happy Brown House
Learning how to hold a pencil can be a little tricky for kids--and it's so important for handwriting! Here are some tips for correcting pencil grip.
VISUAL PERCEPTUAL SKILLS REQUIRED FOR HANDWRITING
Hi, I'm Cindy and I am an Occupational Therapist. I enjoy working creatively with children to see them reach their potential. Read more about me here .