MRT Station and Bus Interchange Tracing and Writing
What is it
Tracing and writing worksheets
Learning by practising tracing and writing
Tracing (prompted with dotted words)
Writing activity to learn spelling and identifying the different common things found at MRT stations and bus interchanges
Developing pencil grip
Learning to trace and write with lines provided
Learning to spell
How to use
Guide your child to look at the pictures and label them one by one
Encourage your child to read the word before tracing
Recite each letter as your child is tracing it
Prompt your child to read the word again after writing
Start with the tracing worksheet first if they are unfamiliar with the words and move on to writing when they are more fluent
If needed, prompt your child by using a hand over hand prompt to trace and slowly reduce the hand holding pressure to reduce assistance
Use a thick or triangular pencil to help your child hold the pencil with a tripod grip
Embed more learning opportunities
Spelling - Use 3D alphabets to spell out each word to make spelling more fun and hands on
Expressive language - What does this say?
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