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 Writing Activities will help your children to become fluent writers.
Writing Activities for Kids:
Tracing activities are a fun way for your pre-writers to practice forming straight, diagonal, and curved lines that create letters. These resources will also help your kids to work on their pencil grip, develop fine motor skills, and much more. Click on the pictures below!
Letter Tracing Activities:
After your children develop their pre-writing skills, they are ready to learn how to write the letters of the alphabet. These hands-on activities will make learning the different letter shapes fun for your kids. Click on the pictures below.
Writing Tray Activities:
Writing trays are a multi-sensory way for your children to work on letter formation, handwriting, and much more. These hands-on resources will help your kids develop their pre-writing and writing skills. Click on the pictures below!
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These interactive Writing Activities will help your pre-writers and developing writers learn all about the skills from letter formation and pencil grip to grammar and the writing process!
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