I hope your kids enjoy these fun name activities and worksheets for name writing practice!
Using craft sticks, they mimic various rainbow color patters. Then all of the activities in the file will auto-populate with those names.
Have you painted on tinfoil before? Next, pour Kool-Aid over the top of the name and let dry. Many can just be slipped into write and wipe pockets and used that way. Before kids can spell their names, they have to learn the formation of individual letters.
Rainbow Craft Stick Patterns Kids need to be able to recognize and re-create patterns.
Take a look at these name rocks from Stimulating Learning with Rachel. They thought it was the coolest to have their names written on a cup, so now they ask to write their own names on their cups.
But I also find it important to incorporate it into our daily routines! Add their photos next to their names to provide cues for independent reading.
Play Dough Names This is such a fun name activity! I remember a day in preschool several years back where there were crayon markings all over one of our block center shelves.
Not only will kids practice tracing their name, they will also use manipulatives to practice spelling it.