Handwriting Help in Kindergarten
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Handwriting Help in Kindergarten

Today in kindergarten, even the brightest students struggle with the mechanics of handwriting. Lack of strength, the push to do more and faster, and the absence of developmentally appropriate tools and activities means students avoid tasks that involve writing because . . . well . . . it’s just too hard. Let me show some tips and tricks on how I support handwriting in my own classroom.

Earth Day Fine Motor Freebies
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Earth Day Fine Motor Freebies

Grab fine motor activities that will engage and delight your students for Earth Day. These fine motor activities are perfect for pre-k, kindergarten, first grade and even second. If you’re teaching in an early childhood classroom, you’ll want to scoop them up and delight your learners.

Alphabet Mats and Activities
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Alphabet Mats and Activities

Letter recognition fun doesn’t have to be boring. Your kindergarten students will be so engaged in these hands-on alphabet mats. If you’re virtual, no problem because there is also a virtual option using Boom Cards that will engage them as well.

Name Writing Activities
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Name Writing Activities

What do you do the second week of school during a pandemic? You start to work on names. Using all the tools that we learned last week, we focused on reinforcing letter names and recognition while building stamina during literacy stations.