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    Perfect pages for Preschool, PreK and Kindergarten to trace and color during the month of November! Pictures are Thanksgiving and Fall related and include: acorn, leaf, farmer boy, farmer girl, pumpkin, tree, wagon and turkey.

    On each worksheet, students will trace the picture and word. Then they can color the picture! Perfect for seasonal, holiday work and will help develop fine motor skills and teach new vocabulary. (8 pages)

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    This preschool art workbook has a cute animal theme! On each page, students will trace and color a different animal.

    Animals are…

    • – cat
    • – dog
    • – deer
    • – dolphin
    • – fish (goldfish)
    • – giraffe
    • – goat
    • – lion
    • – moose
    • – mouse
    • – shark
    • – sugar glider
    • – zebra
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    Give your students the practice they need to develop visual discrimination and basic math skills with 42 engaging worksheets! Students will interactively identify big or small objects by coloring pictures, circling or tracing the words ‘big’ or ‘small’, cutting, pasting and sorting (classifying) pictures. This type of engagement will also allow your students to use and develop fine motor skills!

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    Help early learners with their counting skills as they practice fine motor skills with Trace, Color and Count! Designed for Preschool / PreK / K4 – Students will trace number words, numbers and pictures representing the numbers 1 – 10.

    As an added opportunity to learn, the pictures they will be counting and coloring are all shapes: circle, square, rectangle, oval, diamond, triangle, trapezoid, hexagon, octagon, pentagon. So, you (if you choose to do so) can reinforce shape names while using this product!

    Ready to use – Simply print and go!

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    Give students fun pages to practice fine motor skills through tracing and cutting! I’ve created 7 different pages (each in both color and b/w) that include fun, themed pictures that students will love. Example themes include transportation ; explorers ; fish

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    There are many benefits to cutting with scissors, including:

    • Independent movements of each finger
    • Strengthens hand muscles
    • Bilateral coordination skills (two-handed coordination)
    • Visual motor skills (eye-hand coordination)
    • Visual perceptual tasks (directionality)
    • Fine motor skills (separation of hand, finger dexterity)
    • Promotes grasp pattern
    • Focus and attention
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    No Prep – Print and Go pages (3) for your little learners to practice ‘writing patterns’ to prepare them for the next step – letter writing!

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    There are many benefits to cutting with scissors, including:

    • Independent movements of each finger
    • Strengthens hand muscles
    • Bilateral coordination skills (two-handed coordination)
    • Visual motor skills (eye-hand coordination)
    • Visual perceptual tasks (directionality)
    • Fine motor skills (separation of hand, finger dexterity)
    • Promotes grasp pattern
    • Focus and attention
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    There are many benefits to cutting with scissors, including:

    • Independent movements of each finger
    • Strengthens hand muscles
    • Bilateral coordination skills (two-handed coordination)
    • Visual motor skills (eye-hand coordination)
    • Visual perceptual tasks (directionality)
    • Fine motor skills (separation of hand, finger dexterity)
    • Promotes grasp pattern
    • Focus and attention
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    Your little ones will love these Sea Life themed pages where they can cut, color, paste, and trace!

    24 pages of learning and practicing fine motor skills. Vocabulary includes: fish, whale, clown fish, dolphin, jellyfish, octopus, shark, shrimp, starfish, and coral

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    There are many benefits to cutting with scissors, including:

    • Independent movements of each finger
    • Strengthens hand muscles
    • Bilateral coordination skills (two-handed coordination)
    • Visual motor skills (eye-hand coordination)
    • Visual perceptual tasks (directionality)
    • Fine motor skills (separation of hand, finger dexterity)
    • Promotes grasp pattern
    • Focus and attention
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    There are many benefits to cutting with scissors, including:

    • Independent movements of each finger
    • Strengthens hand muscles
    • Bilateral coordination skills (two-handed coordination)
    • Visual motor skills (eye-hand coordination)
    • Visual perceptual tasks (directionality)
    • Fine motor skills (separation of hand, finger dexterity)
    • Promotes grasp pattern
    • Focus and attention
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    There are many benefits to cutting with scissors, including:

    • Independent movements of each finger
    • Strengthens hand muscles
    • Bilateral coordination skills (two-handed coordination)
    • Visual motor skills (eye-hand coordination)
    • Visual perceptual tasks (directionality)
    • Fine motor skills (separation of hand, finger dexterity)
    • Promotes grasp pattern
    • Focus and attention
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    There are many benefits to cutting with scissors, including:

    • Independent movements of each finger
    • Strengthens hand muscles
    • Bilateral coordination skills (two-handed coordination)
    • Visual motor skills (eye-hand coordination)
    • Visual perceptual tasks (directionality)
    • Fine motor skills (separation of hand, finger dexterity)
    • Promotes grasp pattern
    • Focus and attention
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    There are many benefits to cutting with scissors, including:

    • Independent movements of each finger
    • Strengthens hand muscles
    • Bilateral coordination skills (two-handed coordination)
    • Visual motor skills (eye-hand coordination)
    • Visual perceptual tasks (directionality)
    • Fine motor skills (separation of hand, finger dexterity)
    • Promotes grasp pattern
    • Focus and attention
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    Give your students a way to practice fine motor skills through tracing and coloring while learning and reinforcing the letters of the alphabet! There are 26 pages – One for every letter of the alphabet and on each they will trace both upper and lower case of the letter and a word that begins with that letter PLUS trace and color a picture to represent the word!

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    There are many benefits to cutting with scissors, including:

    • Independent movements of each finger
    • Strengthens hand muscles
    • Bilateral coordination skills (two-handed coordination)
    • Visual motor skills (eye-hand coordination)
    • Visual perceptual tasks (directionality)
    • Fine motor skills (separation of hand, finger dexterity)
    • Promotes grasp pattern
    • Focus and attention
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    This cute little bee ‘trace and color’ worksheet will give little hands a fun picture to practice their fine motor skills!

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    There are many benefits to cutting with scissors, including:

    • Independent movements of each finger
    • Strengthens hand muscles
    • Bilateral coordination skills (two-handed coordination)
    • Visual motor skills (eye-hand coordination)
    • Visual perceptual tasks (directionality)
    • Fine motor skills (separation of hand, finger dexterity)
    • Promotes grasp pattern
    • Focus and attention
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    Students will be cutting, tracing, coloring, gluing, counting, learning numbers and letters, sorting, classifying and even singing with this 68 page March / St. Patrick’s Day themed activities unit for early learners!

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