Tracing activities are believed to be able to help children develop their skills. Especially the skills of the hand is in learning to write. Therefore tracing activities are often given to children at an early age or pre-school age.
Like the following lowercase tracing exercise sheet below. Presenting various activity tracing sheets containing exercise sheets in the form of letters, especially tracing loweracase a.
Tracing is the activity of combining a point or dashed line with the aim of creating a certain shape. The trick is not difficult, as some examples are presented in the following lowercase a tracing sheet. The children only need to join the dots or dashes provided in the practice sheet to form a solid letter a. Very easy and certainly fun for children.
Tracing activities have the main benefit of practicing children’s writing skills. By often learning tracing, the child’s hand muscles will relax so that they will more quickly master their writing skills. Besides tracing also train creativity, imagination, accuracy and hone the analytical skills on an object.
Apart from this, writing skills are indeed required to be taught to children from an early age. Because writing skills are the basic capital of a child before they enter the formal education level. Writing skills will usually be taught to children since they enter pre-school education such as kindergarten and the like. But it would be even better if parents participated in practicing children’s writing skills. Can be done by training children to learn to write at home. What’s more studying with peers, will certainly make them more enthusiastic.