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Mr. N--Name Tracing Practice Type students names, insert their pictures, print, and place in a clear sleeve. Put in a binder with dry erase markers and tissues for a fun way to practice writing names.

Name Chart - This is probably one of the most frequently used items in my classroom. I make it using the Lakeshore Photo Nameplates. I cut off the lines on the bottom. I mount the photos on large tagboard. I laminate the board and the names. The names on the lines are then attached with velcro dots. The kids use it all of the time when they want to write their friend.

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Rainbow Salt Tray

Love this - I need to get this ready for my Kindergarten class, maybe when we start names in two weeks

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how to spell top ten tips for kids spelling

Great idea for writing center... use names or letters.

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5 Cutting Activities for Toddlers

5 scissor exercises for kids, to develop cutting skills, ranging from beginner to advanced. (

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Handwriting Practice Mats

Handwriting Practice Sheets to improve fine motor skills. Can laminate or put in plastic sleeves to turn into dry erase boards. Visit for more #finemotor and #handwriting ideas