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By the Sugar Aunts: Handwriting exercise, Pencil control, Line Awareness, Spatial Awareness, and more. These activities are perfect for preschoolers, new writers, and school-aged children.

Letter Pops- For a few dollars and a few minutes you can create some great LETTER POPS for your classroom. You will need a set of magnetic letters and jumbo craft sticks. Glue a magnetic letter to each craft stick. (Should work with foam letters too.) Pass these out to the children to hold up as you sing alphabet songs, such as “Alphardy,” “Who Let the Letters Out?” “Letter Pops”, etc.

10 Things Teachers Should Know About Teaching Handwriting

Hmmmm - interesting. Early childhood: Teaching how to hold pencil: cut two holes in an old sock for the index finger and thumb. The other fingers remain in the sock. Genius!!

do a dot alphabet letters uppercase

Letter formation guide for left handed children.

great fine motor practice coupled with name or word work

The children hop on a dot as they say each sound in the word. This is great for those kinesthetic learners!

teaching reading- letters "b" and "d"