Trace and write body parts
Updated: Nov 1, 2021
What is it
Learning the body parts through tracing and writing practice
Each worksheet comes with 2 different levels of difficulty
Level 1: Trace the words with the aid of the dotted words
Level 2: Writing the words on the lines provided
Learning to identify the body parts
Learning to trace and write with the aid of the lines
How to use
Identify the pictures in the worksheets before starting
Using a pencil or a marker trace the words
Learn the spelling of each body parts
Start with worksheets from Level 1 to build up your child’s confidence. When your child is more fluent in tracing, then proceed to Level 2 to practice writing without the aid of the dotted words.
To prevent the child from missing out on questions, it is a good practice to have the child to systematically work from top to bottom rather than randomly tracing the words as he sees them.
Embed more learning opportunities
Receptive language - Point to arms
Expressive language - What is this body part?
Sight-word/Spelling - What does this say? How to spell “Ears”?
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