Tracing activities can be chosen as one of the good activities to practice children’s skills, especially hand skills. Many tracing activity sheets can be used, one of which is the following lowercase tracing letters.
Tracing activity sheet presented with letter tracing material in the alphabet. Tracing lowercase letters will definitely be a fun activity sheet and also rich in benefits.
Tracing activity itself can be interpreted as an activity of joining points or dashed lines to form a certain shape. Tracing is very popular as an effective activity for training the fine motor skills of children. What is fine motor? Fine motor skills are abilities related to physical skills that involve small muscles and coordination of the eyes and hands. As a child ages, their motor skills must also continue to be developed. One way to do it is through tracing lowercase letters.
Not just training fine motor skills that are useful for writing and drawing, tracing activities are also very important to practice coordination of the two senses, namely the eyes and hands, as explained in the definition of tracing itself. Another thing children are also learning from tracing activities is learning about accuracy and distance. For example, when a child is doing a human face tracing activity, then indirectly the child also learns about the distance of the nose to the eyes, nose to mouth and so on. That means the child is developing the ability of his left brain. From these benefits, tracing activities are highly recommended as a good learning media for honing children’s skills.