These cards help kids form and identify their letters. They will trace the letter found on the card, then clip the matching upper and lowercase letters on the card.
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Letter Tracing Activities Winter Theme
There are many ways to use these cards, you can hand them out as worksheets or you can laminate them and have the kids use them over and over. I like laminating them because you can get so much use out of them this way.
Here’s what you’ll need:
- A4 white paper
- dry erase markers
- paper clips or pegs
After you’ve printed all the letter cards on cardstock (you can use plain A4 white paper if you wish because you will be laminating them). After you have them ready, place a few of these cards on each table at a group then kid the kids to start tracing the letters and then identifying the boxes with the letters by using pegs or paper clips.
You can differentiate this activity and get ESL or beginner students to work on letters they have been exposed to before. I like using dry erase markers to also mark the boxes, you can totally get the students to do this too as opposed to pegs but pegs get the students to also develop their fine motor skills which is a great idea!
You can also turn this activity into a game by placing the cards in a tub full of cotton balls (snow) and have the kids ‘find’ the cards one at a time and then identify which letter is on their card. So much fun!
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