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Spring is in the air! You are looking for some fun, spring-themed activities to add to your day or therapy sessions? Today, I'm sharing a spring-themed pre-writing activity printable. This printable packet is designed for preschool through kindergarten-age children.
What Are Pre-Writing Skills?
If you are unfamiliar with this term, pre-writing skills refer to the lines and strokes young children need to know and master before moving on to formal handwriting. Pre-writing lines and strokes develop over time till about 5-6 years old.
I have a basics of pre-writing lines resource page that will give you more information and a pre-writing line skills checklist that you can grab here.
How To Use This Pre-Writing Activity Packet
I encourage you to think outside the typical pencil and paper activities, especially for your younger preschoolers. Here are some fun hands-on ways you can use these activity sheets.
- Use playdough to form each line.
- Peel stickers and use them to fill in each line.
- Use fine motor tongs to pick up beads or mini erasers to place on the lines.
- Use Wikki Stix to form each line.
You can also check out my post on 10 hands-on ways to practice pre-writing lines for more ideas.
Download Your FREE Spring Themed Pre-Writing Activity Printable
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Once you have downloaded it, head to your “downloads” folder or wherever you have downloads stored on your computer and open and print it. It does help to have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed and updated to the latest version for the best printable experience.
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Renee D. Phares says
Can’t wait to see these printables.