We have a super fun free worksheet for you that your little one will love! I love to find creative ways to help children learn to write and practice their name. I give a few tips here—> how to teach your child to write their name.,,, and, today I have a fun worksheet to help with name writing practice! I thought that it would be fun for you little one to practice writing their name on the stockings! You could also practice writing other people’s names on the stockings as well. Remember when you are helping your little one to write their name to make sure to teach him to start with a capital letter and then the rest of the letters are lower case. Most children seem to initially learn and write in all capital letters. Continue to reinforce that most letters that you read and write are lower case letters. These stockings are also great for fine motor practice…the name spot can be small, especially for those with a longer name. Holding the pencil and practicing name writing in such a tiny space is a great fine motor challenge as well! When I am helping a child learn to write, I sometimes use tracing paper,or a cool tracing light to make things fun! Here are a few of my favorite tools!
ALEX Toys Artist Studio Tracing Paper (9×12)Darice 9-Inch-by-12-Inch Tracing Paper, 100-SheetsCrayola; Light-up Tracing Pad; Blue; Art Tool; Bright LEDs; Easy Tracing with 1 Pencil, 12 Colored Pencils, 10 Blank Sheets, 10 Tracing SheetsSchool Specialty Handwriting Paper – 1/2 Rule, 1/4 Dotted, 1/4 Skip – 8 x 10 1/2 inch – 500 SheetsPacon Multi-Program Handwriting Paper, 10 1/2
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