A set of 3 sheets with different patterns for developing pencil skills. Activities for straight lines, curves and loops. Each sheet contains a template with partial guidelines and the same template totally blank, allowing you to create your own patterns for learners to follow.

A set of 3 sheets with different patterns for developing pencil skills. Activities for straight lines, curves and loops.

Interactive letter formation activities that are suitable for whole class or small group teaching. Click the magic pencil and watch how the letter should be formed. Plenty of opportunity for modelling and discussion. Children could have dry wipe boards and pens to attempt letters during the activity. Includes a version with looped f and k and another with straight f and k.

Interactive letter formation activities that are suitable for whole class or small group teaching.

Eight strips with simple pencil skills activities on each one. Includes zigzags, straight lines, circles etc. Small green triangles denote starting point and direction. Laminate and put on a key ring or split pin for a take home/on the go activity that can be used with a dry wipe marker

Eight strips with simple pencil skills activities on each one.

A set of activities, designed to be laminated and used with a dry wipe marker. Designs include drawing the spikes on a dinosaur and the wheels on a car. Use them to help pupils develop pencil skills. Suitable for workstation use.

A set of activities, designed to be laminated and used with a dry wipe marker. Designs include drawing the spikes on a dinosaur and the wheels on a car. Use them to help pupils develop pencil skills.

Tracing Sheet - Small Alphabet Letters: Alphabet sheet made with dot to dot text - helps with letter formation, letter recognition and ordering the alphabet.

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A set of simple images that can be imported into any tablet. iPad, mobile device, touch screen device or IWB and used to help develop fine motor skills. Simple lower case letter formation (letters a-i) for tracing over with finger or pointer - just import into the app or program of your choice to use. Some available apps can also add a sensory element to the activity

A set of simple images that can be imported into any tablet. iPad, mobile device, touch screen device or IWB and used to help develop fine motor skills.

A small printable A4 booklet for tracking and basic pencil skills. Could be laminated and used with a dry wipe marker.

A small printable booklet for tracking and basic pencil skills. Could be laminated and used with a dry wipe marker.

A set of easy to follow activities, all with a sensory, fine motor development focus. Five ideas that use texture and manipulation skills in a fun way.

Paint bag writing tablet using tempera paint, a sturdy freezer ziploc bag, and a Q-tip. Be sure to using packing tape on the top to be double sure the paint stays in.


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