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Practicing penmanship with your preschooler can be done in a lot of ways, but when you’re trying to have them write something specific, like practicing their name for example, generic forms of handwriting practice or pre-made practice sheets just don’t help a whole lot.
With this blank handwriting practice page however, you can have your children practice whatever you can think up!
For our own use, I have been pulling one out every once in a while to help my preschooler learn to write his name.
Since he is still learning exactly which order the letters of his name go in, I have been writing his name across the top line in yellow highlighter.
This makes it easy for him to see and trace, but doesn’t obscure the letters he is trying to make either.
Once he has traced the set of letters on the top line, he tries the next line by himself and of course, we usually have to have a little free hand drawing added in there as well :)
Are your children older? This blank page is great for more than just practicing their names! It can also be used to practice writing numbers, as a pen pal letter for older kids, and so much more! The possibilities really are endless.
The only limitation is the number of ideas you can come up with.