Teaching your little ones doesn’t have to be daunting, it can be lots of fun!
There are so many neat resources and ideas to use to teach your little ones how to write. I love the different methods you can use to mix it up and make it fun!
Sensory Writing Activities:
Learnwithplayathome has 3 different ways that you can learn to write your name with chocolate!
Blogmemom has a fun rainbow writing sensory activity.
Teach Preschool has some fun ideas for writing in salt!
I Can Teach My Child has some adorable spaghetti designs writing activities.
Make Take Teach shows you how you can write in playsand for learning fun!
No Time for Flashcards shows you how to trace with glue!
Kids Activity Blog has a cute post on Playdough Learning Prewriting for Toddlers
Printable Pre-Writing Cards and Busy Bag Idea
Prewriting Printables: Solid and Dashed Lines
Prewriting Practice Printables
Prewriting Practice Dice
Printing Readiness: Tracing Shapes
A-Z Handwriting Worksheets
Pre Kinders has an entire page of cute Roll N Write Games
Letter Tracing Printables
Here are TONS of Prewriting Traceables
You may also enjoy these other posts for prewriting activities:
Fun Alphabet Activities and FREE Printables
Fun With Numbers! Free Printables, Games and More!
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