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Learn to write the Alphabet

A collection of Alphabet mazes featuring ASL hand signs along with uppercase and lowercase letter practice. These mazes are great for children learning basic hand signs, and provide opportunity to practice small motor control and dexterity.  Handwriting practice for both uppercase and lowercase letters is provided below.

Learn to write the letter A
Learn to write the letter B
Learn to write the letter C
Learn to write the letter D
Learn to write the letter E
Learn to write the letter F
Learn to write the letter G
Learn to write the letter H
Learn to write the letter I
Learn to write the letter J
Learn to write the letter K
Learn to write the letter L
Learn to write the letter M
Learn to write the letter N
Learn to write the letter O
Learn to write the letter P
Learn to write the letter Q
Learn to write the letter R
Learn to write the letter S
Learn to write the letter T
Learn to write the letter U
Learn to write the letter V
Learn to write the letter W
Learn to write the letter X
Learn to write the letter Y
Learn to write the letter Z

 

Source can be found here.

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Alphabet Warm Up Work

This is a collection of warm-up worksheets you can print for your young children.  Warm-up sheets provide children with pre-writting practice as well as exercise of small motor control to build dexterity.  These are great when used as warm-ups to daily work, or just as extra practice or laminate and use with a dry erase marker for repeated use in a classroom setting.

A simple pre-handwriting worksheet for children to trace. Starting with the lowercase letter children follow the line to the uppercase letter. Dyslexia friendly font used.

Download below:

Click here for ABC Warm Up Spreadsheet 1
Click here for ABC Warm Up Spreadsheet 2
Click here for ABC Warm Up Spreadsheet 3
Click here for ABC Warm Up Spreadsheet 4

Source can be found here.

Posted in Preschooler Worksheets

Beginning Subtraction

In this lesson on numbers 0 to 10, kids will be taught rote count sequence and numeral recognition. The lesson has been designed to introduce numbers in a scaffolded way, by first starting with a slow-paced numeral recognition exercise and progressing to a faster pace as the lesson continues. This technique helps build a stronger foundation of math skills.

To download the handout, click here: Sutraction Handout
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Preschool Math Substraction

Preschool Math: Take Away the Sea Creatures offers preschoolers an easy introduction to subtraction. Using the picture diagrams, simply cross out the number of sea creatures to be taken away and count how many are left to find the answer to the problems. Preschool Math: Take Away the Sea Creatures will have preschoolers wanting to dive right into subtraction!

Click here to download the worksheet