Writing your name and writing it properly is quite the accomplishment for our kids. Writing their name and labeling things as theirs is a big deal to kiddos. Help give them the confidence early with some of these Name Writing activities.
Literacy Activity- Name writing activities: LOVE this worksheet. "I can write my name with a crayon, pencil, marker, pen & piece of chalk." Have students do this at the beginning, middle & end of the year. Or even every month to show progress!
Name Writing Activities: FREE personalized name tracing sheet for preschool and kindergarten. Can be edited to include any child's name. Great for kids learning to write their name, as well as kids who need more handwriting practice.
Name Kits: Tools for Teaching Young Children Their Names - Fun-A-Day! Name Kits for Preschool and Kindergarten - simple but meaningful way for teaching young children about their names and other early literacy concepts
"Often we retrieve only parts of what we've previously learned. In such situations we may construct our "memory" of something by combining the tidbits we can recall with our general knowledge and assumptions about the word"
FREE - Teach name recognition with tracing fonts and a name hunt. Ideal for preschool, transitional kindergarten, and kindergarten students during the back to school season. English and Spanish directions pages are included.
Create each child's name on computer and put inside a sheet protector. When making each name, make the first letter green (green means go) and the last letter red (for stop). Provide lots of capital and lowercase letters to manipulate.
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12 fun ways to practice name writing for preschoolers that will actually have them interested in trying to write it!
Name Rocks - Make these fun name rocks for your students to use in a writing center! Students will have a perfect model of who to write their name on one side and can illustrate the other side! Simply Kinder shares how we made them, what we learned doing them with first graders, and free printables to use them in centers!