For all the homeschool parents out there, teaching your preschooler can be both incredibly rewarding and daunting. The key to unlocking their learning potential often lies in hands-on, engaging activities that don't make education seem less like "work" and more like play. 

In this blog post, you'll find fun and educational sand tracing activities made for preschoolers. These activities not only elevate early literacy and numeracy skills but also provide a fantastic opportunity to bond and share in your child's education.

WHAT YOU NEED:
WHAT TO DO:
Pour sand onto the plate. Spread it out evenly. 
Set out a flashcard. 
Have your child trace the letter, number, shape, or their name in the sand using their finger. 
Shake the plate to redistribute the sand, pull another card, and start again.


ALPHABET
Talk about the letters and their sounds as you go through the alphabet. 

NAME
A preschooler's name is often their first word and one that they proudly associate with their identity. 
  • Set out one letter flashcard out at a time and have your child trace the letters until they have gone through every letter of their name. 
  • Write your child's name on a piece of paper and have your child trace it in the sand. 

Benefits of this Tracing in the sand activity:
  • Develops fine motor skills
  • Enhances kinesthetic learning
  • Introduces the mechanics of writing and reading

So, grab that tray of sand and let's get learning!




This is one of the activities from my activity book: Pre-K The Fun Way
The book contains many fun and engaging activities that help your child learn while having fun.

Xx Jeni

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