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From developing pre-writing skills to creating stories, there are so many things that children need to learn about writing. For pre-writers, writing activities can include learning how to hold a pencil or practicing how to trace and write the lines that create letters. As their skills develop, children learn more about writing including grammar, spelling, the writing process, and much more.

Making learning fun with hands-on, multi-sensory activities will help your children to become fluent writers. Click on the pictures below to find writing ideas and resources!

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Looking for a fun letter formation activity for your kids to do this February? Grab these Valentine Letter Tracing Cards! With Valentine literacy activities like this one, your students can practice tracing or forming capital and lowercase letters. As they trace and form the letters, your kids will also work on writing strokes, fine motor …

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Grab the sprinkles! It’s time to get those cookies ready for Santa and practice forming letters with this Christmas Cookie Alphabet Writing Tray. Christmas literacy activities like this one are a fun and festive way to add more sensory play into your day too. You can use this letter formation activity for your morning tubs, literacy …

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We are headed to the ballpark today with this fun Baseball Letter Tracing Activity! Writing activities like this one are a simple way for your young learners to practice tracing or writing capital letters. As they record the letters, they will also work on developing their fine motor and other essential pre-writing skills. This letter …

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