If you’re looking for fun, fresh prewriting strategies for your occupational therapy sessions or to use in your classroom, check these out!
Before kids can practice handwriting, they need to have solid prewriting skills in place. These fun and easy drawing activities for preschoolers help kids practice prewriting shapes and lines through purposeful and imaginative pictures.
Each page has prompts for easy drawing ideas for kids to help them get the feel of forming the simple lines and shapes used in writing.
These pages are perfect to use as a classroom center or as one of your preschool occupational therapy activities. You can even laminate them so it’s easy to use them again and again for repeated practice!
This pack includes 8 pages of printable prewriting activities.
-Drawing vertical and diagonal lines to make rain
-Drawing vertical lines to make grass
-Drawing various lines to create a funny hairdo
-Drawing vertical lines to make stems of flowers
-Drawing vertical and horizontal lines to create a train track
-Drawing circles to create train wheels
-Drawing various lines to create parking spaces for cars
-Drawing squares to create cages for the zoo animals
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