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Your little learners can easily work alphabet formation and path of motion lessons with these handwriting units. Kindergarten students will LOVE how fun and fast they are!
1st Grade Writing
How to teach correct pencil grip - with the fun alligator trick! | Sight and Sound Reading
Mrs. Karle's Sight and Sound Reading
Really good handwriting app for young learners... LetterSchool!
10 Things All Teachers Should Know When Teaching Handwriting - great tips written by an OT
Alphabet Writing Worksheets
Handwriting Worksheets For Kids
How to help your child learn to hold a pencil correctly - great trick!
Sensory gel writing. Fill a snap-lock bag with a bit of hair gel and some food coloring and mix together. Such a fun way to get your kiddos to write!
Kindergarten Anchor Charts
Elementary My Dear: Spaceman Came to Visit!
Types Of Handwriting
Pediatric Occupational Therapy
Handwriting Without Tears Verbal Cues
Occupational Therapy Activities
A crash course in pencil grips...
No time for handwriting! Tips for incorporating handwriting lessons into your busy schedule.
Stages Of Writing
stages of pencil grasp
Handwriting Without Tears
How to hold your pencil
Beginning Of School
A trick to teach kids how to hold their pencil the correct way. Who knew?
Writing Anchor Charts
Interesting way to group writing letters
Toddler Learning Activities
DIY Salt tray with Alphabet Cards
handwriting practice as part of centers: laminate a set of handwriting worksheets & place in a binder with expo marker/eraser.
WOWWWW!!! So many ways to use stickers with handwriting and cutting! Who knew?!!!
How To Teach Kids
the ultimate tip to teaching correct pencil grasp.
Quiet Time Activities
Writing Skills Busy Bag
Craft Activities For Kids
Improve Your Handwriting
Simple Learning Activity for Handwriting Skills
Teaching how to hold pencil: cut two holes in an old sock for the index finger and thumb. The other fingers remain in the sock. Genius!!
First Grade Writing
Great strategy for teaching students to space between words. Shared by MakeTakeTeach.com