I have a hard time keeping my littler 2 busy while I do school with the big kids. My sister in law shared an idea that she had and we have put it into practice with great success! It’s super easy to do as well!
First up, find some printable tracing pages. I did a search on pinterest and came up with a ton! Here are some of my favorites:
- WorksheetFun – shape tracing
- Personalized My Name Tracing Sheet
- Handwriting Pages for Preschool
- Pre-K Tracing Page
- NuttinButPreschool – Letters and numbers
You can search on pinterest to find some that you are wanting for your kiddos as well. They are easy to find.
Once you have your printables, I hole-punched mine and put in a three ringed binder and labeled it “Tracing”. Each day I can pull out a new worksheet or repeat an older one and put in the clear folder for tracing. Using an overhead marker or dry erase, my daughters can practice their letters or numbers. When they are done, I simply pull it out and put it back in the binder to be reused another day. They love having a variety of tracing options available and I love that it keeps them busy for a bit.
For the folders, I bought the Shop Ticket Holders, Assorted Neon Colors, 9 x 12 Inches, 10 per Pack. They were $13.99. Much cheaper and pretty much the same as the Learning Resources Write And Wipe Pockets.
What ideas do you have for your preschooler?
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