The workbook has 10 sheets that the special educator can use to help the special needs student to learn to trace. The tracing will help the children to learn hand-eye coordination. It is the first step for learning how to write. The tracing can be done using a pencil, and the child will learn how much pressure is required to trace perfectly. The 10 sheets have tracing patterns that increase in difficulty after each page is completed. It starts with tracing simple lines and ends in tracing the objects that resemble various complex shapes. Some shapes will also aid them to learn how to write alphabets. For example, tracing a shape similar to a mountain will teach them how to write the letter “A”. The workbook for special needs children will most importantly teach them how to write or trace or draw in a line with similar-sized letters.
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Connect the Dots
Connect The Dots 1 to 10 – Activity Workbook
Circle The Pictures Starting With The Given Alphabet
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