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Using our House Paper for Handwriting Practice

June 8, 2015
Using our House Paper for Handwriting Practice

Handwriting the Alphabet Start with the capital letters then progress to the lowercase letters. The larger letters are a little easier for small fingers to make. You can introduce the letters in alphabetical order, if your child likes things in sequential order, it would be logical and they might be more comfortable with that approach....
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What would you do with an extra day on Leap Day?

February 24, 2012
What would you do with an extra day on Leap Day?

Leap Day The skies the limit – you have a whole day added to your year.  A whole extra day this year! What would you do with your extra day?  Great to think about. Download this fun journal paper. Who doesn’t love Kermit? Save Tweet
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ABC Tracing Activities

November 29, 2009
ABC Tracing Activities

Give your child an opportunity to trace letters in a variety of mediums. Not only will it help to imbed the motion in their brain, it will be fun! Here are some ideas that you can use: Similar to many of the activities you can find for practicing spelling words, your child can practicing...
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Lined Paper for Handwriting

May 22, 2009
Lined Paper for Handwriting

It takes lots of repetition to embed in the brain the correct way to hold a pencil and how to make the shapes for each letter with ease. So let your child have lots of practice writing anything they would like, for instance: making lists of things they like to do or of presents...
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Conventional Writing

April 27, 2009
Conventional Writing

    Sometimes it’s easy to tell that a child is ready to learn to write because they can easily pick up Cheerios using their thumb and index fingers or they can build with things like Lego’s with ease. Or they might walk around with a note pad and pencil jotting down “notes” like...
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Pre-Writing

April 13, 2009

Just like you must crawl before you walk, scribbling before writing is the natural order of progression. The benefits of scribbling is that it strengths the finger muscles which will help develop the fine motor skills in your child’s hand when holding a pencil, will increase her confidence and shows your daughter’s intention to communicate...
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Using Play Dough to Practice Spelling Words

January 29, 2009
Using Play Dough to Practice Spelling Words

This is an easy way for your child to practice spelling words and it is also great for fine motor development. You’ll Need: a copy of the words to learn a sheet protector play dough (recipe follows) One way to practice is by placing one spelling word (written on 81/2 x 11 paper) inside...
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