These fine motor writing practice warm-up sheets provide children with pre-writing practice as well as exercise of small motor control to build dexterity. These are great when used as warm-ups to daily work, or just as extra practice or laminate and use with a dry erase marker for repeated use in a classroom setting. Your young one doesn’t have to go straight into writing letters. You can start working with them on their fine motor skills before then. This will give them practice and help them gradually learn how to formulate letter shapes.
These fine motor worksheets for your preschooler will be great for pre-writing practice. Grab the Brainymaze worksheets here.
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