Strengthening fine motor muscles is an important skill for you prewriter to work on. Using these muscles by doing fine motor activities is a great way to develop them. An easy activity to have preschoolers do is by tracing. Below you will find a community helpers prewriting worksheet that you can print at home or use in the classroom as part of a community helpers theme. (Published 11/3/2017; Updated 6/21/2019)
Printable Community Helpers Prewriting Worksheet
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Use this community helpers worksheet for preschool ages to have your child trace the curvy and straight lines. The easier ones are on the top half of the sheet, with the more complicated ones with shorter strokes on the bottom half of the worksheet.
If you would like to reuse this activity, laminate the worksheet and use with erasable markers (either dry erase or washable kids markers). I use this laminator because it is inexpensive and works awesome.
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More Printable Community Workers Preschool Worksheets
Here are a few more ideas to go along with this popular preschool theme:
- Community Helpers Roll and Cover Game | Simple Fun for Kids
- Teaching about Community Helpers to Kids – Printable 3-Part Cards | The Natural Homeschool
- Community Worker Game | Mrs. Karle’s Sight and Sound Reading
- Community Helper Time Puzzles | Living Life and Learning
- Printable Community Helper Word Cards | Prekinders
- Community Helpers Clip Cards | Teaching Mama