Q-tip Painting to practice writing letters

Q-Tip Letter Painting (Preschool, Kindergarten Activity)--great for teaching pencil grip, fine motor skill practice & letter formation. Makes writing letters more than just practice--make it an art project!

Writing their friend's names. Even kids who "don't like to write" love to write their names!

Mother's Day Edition: Fine Motor Friday!!

LOVE THIS FOR THE WRITING CENTER!-----Kindergarten name writing center using student names. This will help with learning names and making new friends at the beginning of the year.

Practice different types of lines. Great preparation for learning the alphabet. Make a laminated sheet for kids to trace over with markers, write with pencils on lined paper or draw them in shaving cream on the table!

Different Types of Lines (writing center, fine motor, laminate and trace with shaving cream).idea for writing center to sharpen fine motor skills

Name Practice Sheets for Preschoolers - these teach name recognition and spelling

Name Practice Sheets for Learning to Spell Names in Preschool

Name Practice Sheets for Preschoolers - This simple preschool activity teaches name recognition and spelling. This makes life so much easier for both kids and kindergarten teachers.

Custom Printables - FREE letter tracing printable, super easy to change words and many different fonts/writing styles available, very easy to use!!

Custom Printables - FREE letter tracing printable, super easy to change words and many different fonts/writing styles available, very easy to use!

Outdoor mark making area

plant pots would be good for storing stones, bark, sticks, shells etc outdoors as they have drainage so wouldn't matter when it rains

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Our favourite phonic activity that can be adapted to practise anything and everything! Chalk your words on the ground, hand out a wet brush, call out a word and watch them wash it away!

Inviting mark making - at St Paul Apostle North Primary School... image shared by Walker Learning Approach: Personalised Learning (",)

Inviting mark making - at St Paul Apostle North Primary School. image shared by Walker Learning Approach: Personalised Learning (",)

Developmental Writing Stages

Developmental Writing Stages

DOODLEBOTS!! Want a cheap and fun activity? Dollar Tree electric toothbrushes, pool noodles, markers and rubber bands!! Using technology to create some super cool art!!! We S. T. E. M.!!!

Want a cheap and fun activity? Dollar Tree electric toothbrushes, pool noodles, markers and rubber bands!

developmental stages of a child's writing. This would be great to print out and hang in the classroom to remind parents and other grown-ups about the process involved.

I usually give this type of document to parents at the BOY parent conferences! Stages of Writing. This would be very helpful during parent teacher conferences to help explain student writing.

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