We’re on the homestretch to Christmas, and today is day 18 of the 24 Days of Christmas Printables for Toddlers!
Yesterday for day 17, I shared a cute Christmas Ornament Matching Game, and today, I have Christmas Birds Pre-Writing Lines for Toddlers for you.
The lines are extra wide and straight to make them easier to trace for little hands. Pre-writing lines help improve hand and finger strength, hand-eye coordination, pencil grasp, and more, hitting many important areas of development that help your child when it comes time for handwriting letters in a couple of years.
(N was 2 years and 5 months old.)
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Materials for Christmas Birds Pre-Writing Lines for Toddlers
- PDF file (see below).
- Laminator and laminating pouches (optional).
- Marker or dry-erase marker.
What’s in the Printable PDF File?
The printable pdf file contains a page of instructions and six pages of pre-writing lines for toddlers.
There are two pages of four horizontal lines each, two pages of four lines each that start at a higher level than they end, and two pages of four lines each that end at a higher level than they start. Each line connects a cute Christmas bird that’s dressed for the cold with a decked out Christmas tree.
Print the page(s) you want to use, laminate for reusability if you’d like (or just use as a no-prep printable), provide a marker, and let your kids trace each line from left to right.
As always, don’t forget to work on vocabulary and colors at the same time by chatting about the images.
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