Are you looking for a differentiated, technology-based, easy to implement way to build fine motor skills with your students? Consider your problem solved!
What is included and why do I need this?
Get your fine motor practice on while also practicing alphabet letter identification for upper and lowercase letters, as well as sequential order of the alphabet. Two sets of activities that are ready for you to download on to your iPad or tablet, or print and laminate for binder work.
Fine motor practice is essential to any student's ability to write, tie shoes, button buttons, zip up a coat or backpack... so many life tasks depend on fine motor skills. Help develop the skills with each of your students by using this differentiated set of shape-tracing activity pages.
How do I put these activities on my iPads or tablets?
The last two pages of the PDF you will download will explain how to retrieve the files from DropBox, as well as directions on how to download the files to your iPad or tablet.
What if I want to print them out and put them in a binder?
You can certainly do that too! I actually use both versions in my classroom. Simply download the files from DropBox, print, laminate, and add to a binder of any size. Use dry erase markers to practice.
Please know that you will receive one PDF file in your download that includes 2 links to download the files from DropBox. This is the easiest way for you to access the files on your iPad or tablet, without having to unzip a folder.
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