Letter ‘Aa’ Writing Worksheets | Free Printable PDF
Two letter ‘Aa’ writing worksheets that are great for tiny hands and young minds. These writing activities focus on the letter ‘Aa.’ Students will practice letter recognition and writing both upper and lowercase ‘Aa.’
The first page focuses on letter recognition and having students identify upper and lowercase letters by circling the target letter. Each page includes a mixture of other letters and numbers to encourage ESL, ELL, and young learners to use memory.
Language and development skills being practiced
These writing activities help students in many ways. Writing activities help with:
- Fine Motor Skills
In addition to the development of muscle memory, this activity is very helpful with improving stamina. This is a student’s ability to focus and not give up when things get difficult or challenging.
Tips for working with your student
Whether you are a parent or teacher, writing activities are very beneficial to a young learner’s development. Here are some tips on how you can work with your student on proper grip.
- Use modeling by first holding the pencil and having your student mimic your actions.
- Writing Aids such as pencil grips can be incredibly useful and help students with grip and form.
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