Our preschoolers need lots of opportunities to practice writing in ways that are developmentally appropriate. Sometimes we practice writing the letters of the alphabet in salt trays and, of course, we always practice writing our names. Another way that our students like to practice is with dry erase markers. We made these Alphabet Practice pages to place in our writing center and they are a huge hit!
We really wanted to make these books easy and reusable so we placed each letter into a page protector and then into a 1-inch 3-ring binder.
Each page has a large space for the child to trace the upper and lower case letters. At the bottom, there are 2 cute, clear pictures with initial sounds represent the letter.
Our children do so well tracing the letters!
There’s just something about using a dry erase marker that makes writing so much more exciting!
Regular erasers work too, but the little cotton rounds are perfect for the pencil pocket.
We just printed the cover of the Alphabet Practice Pages and slid it into the front of the binder. They look great!
Have fun playing and learning with your children today.
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