Word Work Center etc. - One Extra Degree
What if we could make kids fall in love with spelling instruction? What if you could harness novelty to engage your students, stimulate their brilliant brains, and improve word retention as a result? It’s possible, and once you launch this approach in your classroom, your spelling instruction will never be the same. There’s no turning …
ABC BINGO - LOWERCASE
Remember this game from a month or so ago? A reader asked if I had it available in lowercase. Well, I didn't. But I do now. ...
Site provides activities that parents can do at home with their child to develop fine motor skills. The development of hand arches is important for skill movement of the fingers and control of strength in the hand.
Prepare your child for handwriting with these prinatables. Trace circles, line, and zig-zags to become used to drawing the printed letter.
I see so many articles and statements about the dynamic tripod grasp being the one that should be used, and that you need to have a child learn to use that grip. I think that’s rubbish. Yes, the dynamic tripod is the most efficient, but many grasps can be just as efficient if they are[Read More]
Tips for Teaching Kids to Write on Lined Paper!
Learning can be fun! Using the proven HeidiSongs multi-sensory method, even preschool age children can easily learn to identify numbers, shapes, sight words.
Spring Lamb Handwriting Fluency Worksheets - Classroom Freebies
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Grid copying drawings
I found a pack of index cards a while back. I think it was at Goodwill. The cool thing about them was that they were a bit larger than the u...
Teaching Handwriting in Your Homeschool: Elementary Edition
It's time for my last post in the teaching handwriting in your homeschool series. Today we will be talking about elementary age children and handwriting. We will also look at some common handwriting problems and
site contains activities that parents can do at home with their child to develop a pincer grasp and related fine motor activities. A pincer grasp enables a child to pick up small items using a thumb and index finger rather than a full grip.