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Printable Pre-writing worksheets for kids

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We give children the habit of writing letters by having them draw along the pattern seen above. Letters come in various shapes and serve as amazing symbols. Therefore, learning the writing patterns beforehand will make writing letters very easy for children. So, for kids who are preparing to write letters, we have created this series of prewriting assignment pages.

The assignment pages here are designed to be attractive to children. It can make children want to engage in the assignment. You know very well that instilling the habit of writing in children is not so easy. Patience, attention, keeping children on the same assignment for a long time will be very difficult. Therefore, use the concept of fun learning for your children. Create a story or a poem to get the children interested in the assignment. For that you can use the images and patterns in the assignment page.

Always guide children to the end of the assignment. And encourage. Be sure to appreciate their commitment at the end of the assignment. All this instills self-confidence in children. By doing this, you will be able to increase children’s interest in writing.

You can see 7 pages with different patterns given above. It has one pattern per page from 1-6. On the last 7th page, 5 patterns are given to the child to practice writing. How to draw the pattern is noted on each page.

Description of Assignments Pages:

Page 1: This page instructs children to connect the provided dots in a spiral coil shape. A demonstration of connecting the first 4 dots is provided. Children can compare this shape to a snail shell. Drawing this pattern requires children to manipulate the pencil along curved lines, helping them practice drawing and writing curved lines.

Page 2: This page brings a water wave pattern. This also gives children the habit of drawing curved lines. It provides five rows of these waves for drawing. Engage children with the worksheets by teaching it as a snake’s journey.

Page 3: This page directs the children to the crossing pattern. Here you are provided with 5 strips of crossing pattern. This gets children used to drawing diagonal straight lines.

Page 4: Here children get used to writing with short diagonal lines moving from left to right. Children can practice drawing the pattern in 4 rows. You can direct the children to the assignment by imagining the lines as rain.

Page 5: Here, children learn to draw a zig-zag pattern. They can draw it in 4 rows. Children will see the pattern as a series of mountains connected to each other. You can also engage children in this assignment by sharing a story related to it.

Page 6: This page brings a castle pattern. Small straight lines connecting each other create the pattern.  Children can draw the pattern in 5 rows. At the bottom of this page is an image of a house. Encourage the children to imagine leading the house home. This will spark enthusiasm and coordination in completing the assignment.

Page 7: This is the final assignment page that children will receive. Here 5 lines are given and each line gives 5 patterns to be written. These are all straight-line patterns.

What benefits does this activity bring to the child?
  • Enhances fine motor skills
  • Develops hand-eye coordination
  • Promotes pencil control and grip strength
  • Improves concentration and focus
  • Introduces basic shapes and patterns
  • Builds confidence in writing preparation