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Learn to write the names of farm animals!

Updated: Jul 18


What is it

4 writing activities of farm animal names with differentiated levels of difficulty

  1. Outline

  2. Easy

  3. Medium

  4. Hard


Teaching objective

  1. Trace the names of farm animals

  2. Write out the names of farm animals


Example of Outline



Example of Easy



How to use

  • Start with the outline set, followed by easy, medium, then hard

  • Hold your child's index finger to trace the Outline set

  • For students who are learning to write, start with the Easy set

  • Instead of writing with a pencil, you can use dot stickers or dot markers to develop their interest in writing


Example of Medium



Example of Hard



Teaching tips

  • Ensure that your child is holding the pencil correctly


  • For children who have difficulties with the tripod grip, you can consider using a thicker pencil or adding a pencil grip

  • After writing a word, get your child to say out the alphabets and the word (p-i-g, pig)


Embed more learning opportunities

  • Spelling activity: Cover up the helping words and get your child to spell out the name of the animal

  • Fill in the blank: Write a short sentence about the animal (e.g. The ___ is playing in the mud) and get your child to fill in the blank without looking at the helping word

  • Listening activity: Get your child to listen to the word that you are spelling out. (e.g. What animal is this? D-U-C-K)


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