Play-dough & Felt Lowercase Manuscript Tracing Worksheets
The right steps to achieve lowercase manuscript writing
Progressive learning that allow children to experiment forming letters with play-dough and tracing with felt. All these Play-dough & Felt Lowercase Manuscript Tracing Worksheets activities develop their fine motor skills and dexterity for more writing skills when they will practice on manuscript tracing letters.
Forming letters with play-dough really improve children’s writing skills
There is no more effective way to facilitate learning of writing as that is to understand how to form each letter of the alphabet.
These sheets for writing will allow the child to discover the composition and the steps required to form lowercase letters. First, forming letters with play-dough following the direction of the arrows; this will help the child to re-form the letters below easily by using a felt. For each lowercase manuscript letter, there are several samples to trace and empty line to give child the possibility for trying to write the corresponding letter.
At the end of this activity on the letters drawn with play-dough and felt, children acquire the necessary writing skills in to go forward on lowercase manuscript tracing which have much smaller letters and will drive them closer to writing activity.