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How to Teach Kids to Write in Preschool

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  1. Blog: Petite School House How to Teach Kids to Write in Preschool Writing is one of the essential skills a kid needs to learn. However, for a preschooler just getting acquainted with alphabets, writing can take some effort. Here is a simple low down of tips and tricks to help children learn to write in preschool. 1.Begin with crayons and markers Kids respond the best to fine motor activities like holding a pencil or crayon and creating letters. This also helps with a pincer grasp, the first step to correctly gripping a pen or pencil. 2. Get messy By that, we mean creating messy letters. It’s a great idea to indulge your kids in a fun activity while teaching them how to write. Spread out some foam or uncooked rice on a flat board, and using your finger, create letters and have your kids trace the same. 3. Play color the alphabet All early education centers or preschools have the parents try this technique with their kids. Colouring each alphabet can trigger interest in a child to learn more about it and eventually write it. 4. Play connect the dots

  2. Blog: Petite School House Another great game that can spark immense interest in your child to write is connecting the dots to create a single alphabet. You can simply draw dots of the alphabet on a paper or create dots forming a complete word, so your kid learns forming words too. 5. Read from books Reading out from storybooks while pointing out each word as you read can help build interest in your child, thereby motivating him to read and write the words. 6. Provide different mediums to write Play around with whiteboards, chalkboards, paper, fun foam, manga doodles, etc., to incite interest in writing in your child. The best age for children to grasp the art of reading and writing is from birth to at least 6 years of age, and in addition to your guidance, a good preschool can effectively help your kid learn the skills better. Petite School House is your answer if you are looking for the ideal pre-school for your kids in Northridge and California. Our preschool provides a balanced curriculum to nurture every kid from within and promote holistic development.