After you’ve done with the line tracing, now it’s time for more advanced exercise. The spiral tracing can be challenging for your kids. It’s also need a concentration with the good coordination for tracing the lines.
Although this activity is free, you can still accompany your kid to finish the project. Give an argument about the color that they should use. For example, if the picture is about a scenery, then you can go by saying that the color of the sky is usually blue. Your kids will understand and start making a progress by coloring the sheet using their creative ideas.
The next worksheet for playgroup that can be used is the shape tracing worksheets. It’s also has a nice function for stimulating the soft motoric skill in children.
As usual, you have to give an instruction for your kid. Teach them about the difference between straight line and spiral line. The spiral line usually comes with the complex shape.
If they done with their drawing, you also can ask them to color their drawing. Remember, you can’t expect the color or drawing in a really good picture. Usually, kids in preschool age draw some random objects.
They will pick the right letter and start coloring them. If they can make a good result, then they’re ready for the advanced exercise such as writing the letter of alphabet.
It helps to understand that the number they will write has a sequence. If your kid start recognizing the number, then you can start to write the number. The simplest number is 1.
A flower bucket, car or any other objects that usually can be colored without a standard. This will also enhance your kids’ motoric skill. Don’t forget to evaluate their project.
Another fun activity that can be done during the learning in home is by tracing a picture with kids. The picture tracing worksheets are awesome tool that can be used to achieve this activity.
You can give an example by tracing it’s in a quarter. Ask your kids to do the same. They will learn that they need to make an arch before completing the spiral.
This worksheet also helps kid to gain their creativity. It makes them understand about the common objects around them. You also can make an interesting offer for the kid as the reward.
The instruction is simple. You can ask your kid to put the color by saying the letter. For example, instruct them to color the “A” letter using the blue. Don’t point where is the A, let them pick the letter. If they pick the right letter, then they can continue to color the alphabet.