Connect the Pictures -
Put picture one with picture 2 now. As the image shows position a line from your left hand to your right hand.
Trace the Shapes -
Make all the connections that you can find. This is also a chance to have students name each of the shapes.
Shape Me A Way -
Find a way to attach this guys little legs together. This centipede is out for a day on town.
Horizontal Lines -
Help each caterpillar reach her dinner by tracing the line. Do the first one with the help of a straight edge, like a ruler.
Who Wants It? -
Connect each object with the one who wants it. We work on a similar skill that will work on out fine motor skills.
More Shapes -
Tracing is a huge skill to work on. These shapes will require your pencil to go in many different directions.
Vertical Lines -
Help keep the car on the road. Trace the vertical dotted lines. Have them go North to South.
More Vertical Lines -
Trace the lines to connect the items that belong together. For extra credit name them.
Zig Zag Lines -
Help the ants find the food. Trace the lines that zig zag. They look like a roller coaster ride.
Trace the waves to help the boats reach the islands. Note that we start to begin to work on loop and whirl patterns with our pencil.
Tracing Curves -
Trace the curves that when put together will make a flower for this butterfly to land on. This is a helpful motion for handwriting.
Flower Curves -
Trace each curve. Use different colors to turn them into flowers. Note that there are place to go hard and others to go soft on.
Trace the spirals. This takes some patience as it is done in one continuous motion.
Diagonal Lines -
Trace the diagonal lines to highlight the rain drops that are hitting the umbrella and forming puddles.
Tall Grass -
Trace over the lines to help the lion hide in the tall grass. He is getting ready to eat.