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gini_griffin
gini_griffin asks:
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I want to make a Pre-K review book. Where can I find worksheets that contain multiple letters and numbers to practice writing correct formations?

In Topics: Kindergarten readiness
> 60 days ago

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dgraab
dgraab , Parent writes:
Have you already perused Education.com's collection of worksheets and printables for preschool and kindergarten?
http://www.education.com/worksheets/preschool/
http://www.education.com/worksheets/kindergarten/

Here are a few for your review, with links to books you may find helpful as well:
http://www.education.com/worksheet/article/tracing-the-uppercase/
http://www.education.com/worksheet/article/tracing-the-uppercase-ii/
http://www.education.com/worksheet/article/the-big-letter-a/

Here are some additional worksheets that you might also consider:
http://www.education.com/worksheet/article/big-and-little-a/
http://www.education.com/worksheet/article/on-the-case/
http://www.education.com/worksheet/article/buckle-up/
http://www.education.com/worksheet/article/Connect_the_Dots-/

If you are a teacher and plan to print multiple copies of these worksheets for distribution to parents in a book or other print format, please contact webmaster@education.com for reprint rights.

If you are sharing this information with parents online via a school website, please include links to the corresponding pages on our site (vs. copying & pasting the content into your website).

Thanks!
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lynellen
lynellen writes:
Handwriting Without Tears has an excellant preschool writing program.  They use wooden letter shapes, roll a dough letters, magnetic letters to make learning fun!  I would encourage you to use large surfaces such as chalkboards and dry erasable boards for practicing letters rather than work sheets.  We have better motor memory which we need for remembering letters in our larger joints and muscles.  When a child writes large and on a vertical surface, he can see his hand move, feel his arm move while listening to the instructions for making the letter.  I would also encourage you to get the specific instructions for the letter and numbers from the school he attends so he won't be confused learning two different sets of letters/numbers.  Most of all have fun with your child!
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