Want your kids to learn counting and basic of mathematics? Then they should master writing numbers first. Print out these free handwriting worksheets, give your little one, and enjoy perfect results. It’s the best time-killer for my daughter, and I hope you will like them, too.
Before you start…
The handwriting skill is very complex and requires, first of all, the development of motor skills and graphic skills. So when preparing your children to write letters or numbers, organize different activities. Painting, handicrafts, sculpturing – all that will contribute to the fast and efficient development of perfect handwriting, development of fine motor skills and hand movement coordination. Besides, handwriting worksheets boost memory, attention, visual perception, and creative abilities. Pure goodness!
Here are some tips for starters:
- Allocate a special place and time for your handwriting sessions.
- Do not rush to complete all the tasks in one day, stop the lesson if you feel that the child is tired.
- Complete all tasks sequentially.
- Exercise only when your child is up to it!
Time to exercise!
And two more worksheets to fix the results:
Source of worksheets: razukrashki.com
Cover image: Bruce Mars (Pexels)