Halloween Word Tracing
There are many activities available for preschoolers to learn tracing. The first thing that you must know when preparing to have your students trace is what is developmentally appropriate. The age of your group of students will greatly affect what they should be tracing. For instance, children under the age of two should just be learning to hold a writing utensil and scribbling. This is because they are still developing the fine motor skills that are required for more complicated motions and are unable to control their movements. At the age of two, children may begin to practice tracing straight lines and perhaps even curves, as the control of their muscles increases. At three, they may begin to trace more difficult shapes. If they master this skill, they will then be ready to begin working on letters and numbers. Please remember that all children reach readiness at their own pace, and these are just general guidelines.
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