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Traceable Alphabet Book, with instructions on how to do it

Alphabet tracing books, could start with letters in their name, numbers, shapes, etc. Use for script/handwriting :)

Katie's Nesting Spot: Family Name Tracing Book

Family Name Tracing Book can incorporate families by asking for photos while having students write names

Free Kindergarten Readiness Printables! http://www.freehomeschooldeals.com/free-kindergarten-readiness-printables/

Free Kindergarten Readiness Printables!

improving handwriting-Handwriting Worksheets 4 Teachers at http://www.downhillpublishing.com/

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

This is a fun printable handwriting pack from Totschooling that also includes tracing pictures for each letter of the alphabet. Kids can practice writing, d

FREE Alphabet Picture Tracing Pages

This is a fun printable handwriting pack from Totschooling that also includes tracing pictures for each letter of the alphabet. Kids can practice writing and tracing. Good for tot and preschool

FREE A-Z Handwriting Sheets! Just print, place in sleeve protectors and use with a dry erase marker to save paper and offer LOTS of practice!

FREE A-Z Handwriting Sheets! Just print, place in sleeve protectors and use with a dry erase marker to save paper and offer LOTS of practice! Also good for sight word practice

What a great way to practice writing letters without wasting tons of paper.  It would be great for a center.

Practice writing ABCs without wasting paper . although I wouldn't say learning to write was 'Wasting' paper :)

Alphabet play dough mats. Students start by finger tracing a letter, then using a dry-erase marker, and then building the letter using small objects.

Preschool Letter N

Alphabet Play Dough Mats and many more letter ideas. Have kiddos start out by finger tracing a letter, then using a dry-erase marker and then building the letter using small objects. Practice makes perfect!

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