Occupations - Tracing lines
What is it
Fine motor practice sheets - Tracing various lines
Trace a variety of lines (vertical, horizontal, zigzag)
Learn about various occupations and the different tools they use
How to use
Start off with the basic lines first
Proceed to the maze sheet (prompted) when your child is more competent
Finally, complete the maze sheets (unprompted, without arrows) for a challenge
Ensure that your child is holding the pencil correctly, tripod grip
If a pencil is too thin for your child to manipulate, use thicker writing tools such as markers and crayons first
Use a finger to trace over the line before using a writing tool for you as a guide
Verbalise the occupation and the tools they use for your child to learn the association (eg. Help the policeman get to the police car)
Embed more learning opportunities
Receptive language - Point to the chef. Point to the pot.
Expressive language - Who is this? What does he need?
Describing - Tell me something that the firefighter use
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