Time is short, and you want to do right by your child. How do you squeeze in an activity or two that allows your child to work on letter recognition such as Letter A? How about hands-on activities based on a set of preschool letter ‘a’ worksheets? What if the activities allow them to work almost independently?
Is that even possible? Yes, it is. How? Keep reading.
What’s Different About These Preschool Letter A Worksheets?
Okay, you may have seen my older worksheets that I created for my daughter a few years back. They included dot pages as well as letter tracing pages. Don’t get me wrong, they served their purpose.
However, I realized that my son found them boring and refused to go near them. Until I realized a few things for myself. My son craves hands-on activities and so do most preschoolers. My old preschool letter worksheets were:
1) Boring (yes I admit it)
2) They were not as hands-on
3) They could only be used once
4) I would have to be close by to ensure that she was okay
These new preschool letter worksheets are:
1) hands-on and easy to put together
2) reusable (and you don’t even have to laminate)
3) can be done independently
4) addresses more skills such as case matching and sorting
5) allows your child to work on fine motor skills in other ways besides tracing
Common Items Needed for This Pack
C-Line Reusable Dry Erase Pockets, 9 x 12 Inches, Assorted Neon Colors, 10 Pockets per Pack (40810)Avery Economy Clear Sheet Protectors, Acid Free (75091)HP OfficeJet Pro 8720 Wireless All-in-One Photo Printer with Mobile Printing, Instant InkLearning Resources Transparent Color Counting Chips, Set of 250EXPO Low-Odor Dry Erase Markers, Fine Point, Assorted Colors, 4-Count
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