We are getting really excited about Christmas! Squeaker turned 3 on December 5th but we’ve been in Christmas mode for awhile now. This is the first year that she’s really starting to understand what’s going on. We are using this time to learn more about Jesus Christ as well as Santa Claus. Sometimes I do have to wonder how much of this really sticks with her but she surprises me daily! We’re also using this time of the year to work on preschool readiness skills. We work on this all year round of course, but I love making holiday themed worksheets for her as well.
I want to also let you know that going forward, all of my printables will be available through my new shop and/or on TeachersPayTeachers.
There will be printable packs for sale and for free- including a ton of add-ons/extras for existing packs. I am really looking forward to this new venture and hope to see you there! Be sure to sign up for my newsletter so you can be one of the first to know when the new shop is open. Subscribers will also be getting a grand opening coupon.
Let’s get to that printable set!
Christmas Prewriting and Letter Recognition Sheets for Toddlers
We still haven’t settled into a routine for tot-school and quite frankly, I’m more inclined to let Squeaker take the lead. We do a lot of hands-on learning and informal learning through experience. We talk about what we see on our walks or at the playground. And we also go the local museum. However, I want to work on some preschool readiness skills with her. And for that reason, we’ll start doing a few more worksheets.
We have done letter recognition before but had not tried pre-writing yet. I wasn’t sure how she would do with it even though she’s had a lot of fun with her Write and Learn Creative Center from VTech. Still, she uses that mostly for drawing and occasionally scribbling lines.
Overall, I think she took to this very well so we’ll definitely make more of these in the future to continue working on her preschool readiness skills.
So what do you get in this pack?
- Letter search pages (C, P, O, S)
- Pre-writing practice pages (two total)
Eventually we’ll do one for the whole alphabet and with more pre-writing and tracing.
I printed out the pages on cardstock and then she used regular crayons and twistable crayons to complete the tasks. I also used a clip-board to help hold the writing sheets in place.
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