Tips for Teaching Name Writing
Helping children to learn to write their names is one of the biggest topics I see questions on.
Early Educators want to make sure our students are prepared to enter Kindergarten knowing how to write their name, because let’s face it – many kindergarten classrooms don’t work on that skill much anymore.
And while I am not a firm believer that preschoolers need a lot of paper, pencil handwriting practice… I do hear the cries of the K teachers and try to do my part with teaching name writing.
In this episode, I will share my best tips for teaching name writing.
Related Episodes or Blog Posts:
- Things to Do Before Teaching Name Writing – Podcast Episode 21 https://www.lovelycommotion/episode21
- Tips for Teaching Name Writing (lovelycommotion.com)
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