Developing fine motor skills and first writing exercises
Preferably while playing. Learning without the feeling of effort. Tracing lines is a good start to learning to write even for the youngest children. The effort takes place very subtly, the child does not realize that he is trying, he is too much in play mode. Guiding the pencil to color the given line, which serves as a guide, is a pleasant way to encourage the child’s concentration. At the same time, eye-hand coordination develops and the child has his first sense of achievement when he successfully traces a line.
As your child traces the first lines, corners and edges provide the initial directional changes, encouraging handwriting skills.
Developing and improving handwriting
Swings and ticks are also found in our handwritten language, while symbols, objects and lines are being traced, the child’s graphic motor skills for writing words are being developed unconsciously.
Learning through play
Brain games designed for children, such as mazes to find the right way, enable discovering, connecting and matching objects, recognizing directions, determining quantities, additionally promote.
Coloring and crafting
Abundant coloring pictures, the edges of which have been traced, can also be colored and cut out at will and used for crafts.
Many objects for tracing
Arrows, squares, figures, and all sorts of different objects encourage not only handwriting but also recognition and general knowledge.
Large to small
Starting with long routes to follow and ending with short routes, support the child enormously in fine motor skills and this happens, for example, when drawing a snail.
Three routes lead to different animals. Of course, the rabbit wants to find the other one, so the correct path should be followed. This and many other games complement the fun of learning.
Beautiful coloring pages
This butterfly is only one of many beautiful coloring pictures. Advanced line tracers will have fun tracing all the lines of the motif and then color it in. Then it can still be cut out to decorate the nursery or the child’s room.
Learn to Write Line Tracing Workbook – Ages 3-6 from Preschool Genius
Reading age from 3 years and older Paperback 147 pages Language English Dimensions 8.5 x 0.34 x 11 inches Publication date June 10, 2020 ISBN-13 979-8651916740 ASIN B08B39MT2M Author Joy Handfeather
ASIN : B08B39MT2M
Publisher : Independently published (June 10, 2020)
Language : English
Paperback : 147 pages
ISBN-13 : 979-8651916740
Reading age : 3 – 18 years
Item Weight : 13.4 ounces
Dimensions : 8.5 x 0.34 x 11 inches
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