Every parent and teacher wants for their child to read. Literacy can start long before a child can read! In our homeschool, my children work through hands on lessons and have fun learning with fun and simple worksheets.
Our favourite hands on lessons like Shape Sand Tray and lacing work really solidifies your child’s hand strength! And don’t forget the great tips for pencil grasp. Use these along with our printables to have fun learning at your fingertips.
Did you know that printables can also help develop a variety of skills? No, I am serious. Some of these are:
- hand eye co-ordination
- 1 to 1 correspondence
- fine motor skills (think lacing cards and tracing lines)
- positional words
Quite frankly, as a homeschooling teacher, I believe that having access to worksheets is a fantastic resource. Not only can worksheets and activities be themed so that you can use them in whatever theme you are doing, they are so easy to duplicate for the number of students that need them. Take them to your next homeschool co-op or make duplicates for all the children in your home.
I hope by collecting all of our wonderful activities and printables that focus on literacy on one page you can explore and fine what works best for your homeschool and family!
Below are links to the literacy activities that have been featured on Learning 2 Walk. Click an image to be taken directly to the post related to each activity