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  • Alyssa Douglas

    tracing letters practice. chalk, chalkboard, paintbrush and water

  • Sarah Smith

    IIf only I didn't dislike chalk so much. A good idea. "Have a "helper" get extra handwriting practice by washing the letters off the board one at a time. (pinch grip, midline crossing, tracing, letter recognition, tracking, etc) No squeaky chalk sound/feel to bother kids with sensory deffensiveness!"

  • Elizabeth Wood

    fine motor skill development. write letters on the chalkboard and have students paint with water over top

  • Tammy Donaldson

    Some cute ideas on this site. Motor skills - tracing letters

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