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Help students learn the letter “S” (to identify, to write and the sound), to count to 10, to recognize and identify basic colors and shapes PLUS practice important fine motor and thinking skills with this 28 page, fall themed workbook.
- – color
- – trace
- – count
- – draw
- – solve mazes
- – create a number mini-book
Give students practice printing (tracing color words) and coloring (fine motor skills) as they are learning colors: red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple.
This resource will help Kindergarten students learn letters, letter sounds (phonics), numbers, number words, counting, shapes and more while they practice fine motor skills and handwriting. After students complete this 96 page workbook, they will be ready for morning work – semester 2!
* These pages can also be used for preschool and k4 students with a little help from a teacher or parent *
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
This cute little bee ‘trace and color’ worksheet will give little hands a fun picture to practice their fine motor skills!