Inspire a love of letters through playful, multisensory activities. Pre-K Printing introduces children to letter formation through captivating stories, hilarious animations, and catchy songs. The following multisensory activities provide a structured and playful way for kids to learn their letters:
Students use the finger puppets or their pointer finger to trace the letter 3 times. Then say, “Which words start with this letter?” Help them to identify all the words in the image and the action words that start with that letter.
Students follow the numbers and arrows to complete the letter using rainbow colors i.e. red, orange, yellow, and blue. Provide an assortment of writing tools including markers, crayons, and colored pencils.
Place the worksheet on a foam, cork or carpet square. Use a push pin to punch a hole into each dot along the letter path. Pin punching is great for building fine motor strength and for improving visual motor accuracy.
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