Easy.. Create each child's name on computer, put inside a sheet protector....when making their name-----make first letter green..green means go.. Last letter red.. Red means stop. Provide lots of capital and lowercase letters to manipulate. Write your own name or a friends name
Rainbow themed literacy activities - NurtureStore
Rainbow themed literacy activities and free printables - part of a complete rainbow-themed unit.
Let's Learn our Names!
We have been working hard to learn our names! I have a helper of the day. So we cycle through everyone during the month. The first time ...
Word Work Task Cards & Recording Sheets
Ultimate set of task cards for word work in your classroom. Set includes 44 word work activities, along with 4 blank task cards for programming. Also included are 21 recording sheets for task card activities. **NOW ALSO AVAILABLE IN A CHEVRON BACKGROUND. SEE ADDITIONAL LISTINGS IN MY STORE** Re...
Not Interested in Learning to Write Their Name? Try These.
Make name writing fun with these 12 interactive activities that are perfect for preschoolers!
Name writing activities
It's several weeks into the school year and I haven't posted anything about my new class yet, but it's all good- they're a great bunch! I have 11 kids and they are loads of fun and full of personality. I'm so lucky that their transition was easy, I didn't even have any criers on the first day! We've been hard at work on identifying their names, identifying the letters in their names, and getting the muscles in their hands strong enough to be ready to start writing their names. Here are some…
Custom made playdough mats containing children's names in letters that show the correct letter formation. A perfect tool for teachers, homeschoolers and parents who are eager to introduce the younger learner to the correct way their names should be formed. RamonaM Graphics used with special permission from artist LT8485S
20+ FUN Write My Name Activities for Toddlers and Preschoolers
Turn teaching your child to write their name in a FUN activity! Take a look at these fun, creative activities to help your child learn to write their name!
How To Teach a Child to Write His Name without Actually Writing Her Name - Your Therapy Source
Are you wondering how to teach a child to write his name? Where do you even begin? You might not even need a pencil to get started!
Writing in salt
Adding a salt tray or salt box to your classroom is a wonderful way to promote pre-writing skills and I have been exploring different possible ways to keep the salt trays interesting and engaging for the children in my classroom but yet still keep the children primarily focused on the writing process...
Tracing & Writing Practice with Water on the Chalkboard
The other day, I was reminded by this post from TeachPreschool about the simplest, no-mess, no-fuss, fine motor activity that is, painting with water on a chalk board. Sounds easy? You bet! And you'll probably be surprised by how long children will focus on an activity as simple as this. So, you will need a chalkboard/blackboard, chalk, water and a paintbrush Start by writing patterns, words, numbers etc. on the chalkboard with chalk for your child., Early handwriting practice normally…