Here’s 10 different ways to use our Tracing Letters and Numbers!!! Did you know that these come in ALL Australian State Fonts (print and precursive) and Primary Print AND the packs come with lower case, upper case and numbers! PHEW!
Check out these 10 ways to use the tracing letters and numbers!
Whiteboard Magic: Arm the kids with whiteboard markers, and watch the letters and numbers come alive on whiteboards.
Sand Tracing: The tactile experience of tracing letters and numbers in sand adds a delightful sensory dimension to learning.
Texture Letters: Adorn the letters with beads, glitter, or any texture, transforming them into tactile treasures.
Sorting Spree: Engage in a sorting extravaganza, organising the letters in various ways, fostering recognition and categorisation skills.
Loose Parts Play: Pair the letters with loose parts, unlocking a playground of imaginative exploration.
Sound Sorting: Dive into phonics by sorting the letters based on their sounds, a tuneful journey into the world of words.
Upright Tracing: Take tracing to a new level—literally, by setting up upright tracing stations.
Sensory Bag Tracing: Encase the letters in a sensory bag, adding a touch of mystery and tactile joy to tracing.
Numerical Loose Parts: Pair the numbers with loose parts, setting the stage for endless counting and numerical adventures.
Water Beads Counting: Introduce water beads to the numbers, making every counting exercise a splashy affair.
These Tracing Letters and Numbers sets were a cornerstone in my Prep and Year 1 classrooms, always ready to leap into action whether with playdough, loose parts, or whiteboard markers. Their versatility made them an ever-relevant resource, sparking curiosity and engagement in the young learners.
The Tracing Letters and Numbers set is not just a resource, but a gateway to a universe where letters and numbers are the playmates, and creativity is the playground. With so many ways to explore, learn, and grow, these sets are more than just tools; they are invitations to a joyous learning odyssey. Have you downloaded them yet?