Here you will find some useful ideas for everyday Writing activities.
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Mastery of the pre-writing shapes is an essential part of a child’s development towards efficient handwriting.
These activities will support your child's development with the pre-writing shapes.
Play with shaving foam
Cover a surface with shaving foam, use your index finger to imitate, copy, trace or draw the pre writing shapes. Also try this activity on a vertical plane (perhaps a tile wall while in the bath) to strengthen your arm and shoulder movements.
This activity could be done on a table, easel or by taping paper to the wall. Cover the paper with paint and then use your fingers to imitate, copy, trace or draw the pre writing shapes.
Use Sand or Rice
Pour a small amount of sand on a table or a plate and create these shapes with your fingers.
Use a Chalk Board
Use chalk to create the pre-writing shapes, then use a wet paint brush to trace them. This creates two opportunities to practice! This can be also done without a paintbrush. Instead, dip your finger in water, and then trace the shapes.
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