Kids not ready to write yet? Then you must try these super fun Rainbows Pre-writing Activities for Preschoolers! They are a quick print and go activity which you can also turn into laminated, printable strips to be added to busy bags, file folders and more! If you’re looking for ways on How to Improve Fine motor skills, you’re also in the right place!
What are pre-writing activities?
Pre-writing activities are activities you give to young preschoolers who aren’t quite ready to write and trace letters and numbers just yet. Pre-writing activities mainly help preschoolers learn how to use their fine motor skills, pencil grip and more.
You can try different activities at home to help preschoolers develop these skills, the important thing to do here is to show them how to perform the activity and give them time to follow your lead and develop skills on their own.
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Rainbows Pre-writing Activities for Preschoolers
If you’re looking for the perfect addition to your fine motor centers at school or at home, these tracing strips are perfect for that! Kids will love the cute ‘rainbow’ theme and will love using and re-using the cards over and over!
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The PDF for these strips are hosted on Totschooling, so see below for the direct link to the post!
A great way to use these is outlined in the post along with the free printable!
Pre-writing activities for preschoolers are important step before beginning writing skills. I find that practice and having the kids do endless multi-sensory activities will help them build those important fine motor skills before we begin giving them more complex writing activities.
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