Editable name writing practice activities that include hands-on name tracing and name building worksheets and games for preschool and kindergarten.
Not only do these name activities teach kids to recognize and write their name, but they do it in a way that is fun and uses a variety of manipulatives and supplies.
Kids will use things like play dough, dot markers, art supplies, blocks, dry-erase markers and more while learning their name.
Now you don't have to be stuck in the rut of just having kids trace their name over and over again.
Even better, most of the activities are print and play!Many can just be slipped into write and wipe pockets and used that way. Others only require cutting on a few lines.
You are going to save lots of time, up the fun factor in your classroom and feel like a rockstar.
This is not just limited to shorter names. Fonts will resize to fit longer names too!
Here is a list of the activities in the pack:
Editable Name Mini Books
These mini books have 9 pages and each one has a name activity on it.
Page 1: My Name Title Page Page 2: First Letter of My Name Page 3: Color My Name Page 4: Say the Letters in My Name Page 5: Find the Letters in My Name Page 6: Dot My Name Page 7: Rainbow Trace My Name Page 8: Trace My Name Page 9: Write My Name
My Name Play Dough Mats
Decorate My Name Mats
Dot My Name Sheets
Building Blocks Name Cards
Version 1: Pattern Block Names Version 2: Building Block Names Version 3: Letter Bead Names Version 4: Alphabet Snap Cube Names
Secret Code Name Cards
Progressive Name Tracing Mats
Learning My Name Worksheets
Simply type the names you want to create activities for one time. You can type up to 25 names at once.
Then all of the activities in the file will auto-populate with those names. They are now ready to print. Simple and easy!
*Having issues getting the printable pack? Please check out these helpful hints! If they don’t work, please contact me.
If you do not open it with Adobe Reader, the formatting and fonts will not display correctly. This is the only way the editable fields will work.
Also, if you try to do this on a Chromebook, tablet or a phone, it usually does not work. Even if you are using Adobe on the device, it does not show the embedded fonts. You will need to do it on a regular computer.