Today I invite you to a wardrobe full of ideas. We have fauns and amazing lions, a magical land or a selection of the latest girly creations.
Let’s break away with the children from traditional tracing lines for kids, drawn in even lines. They are important for the process of learning to write letters, but graphomotor skills can also be shaped using other motifs.
Today’s worksheet is supposed to introduce us to the land of fantasy, so after finishing the trace picture, I suggest playing inventing:
– What will we find in the drawer?
– What’s behind the door?
In fact, you don’t even have to wait for the drawing to finish. Fantasizing about an enchanted wardrobe can be a great way to motivate a child who is not very fond of tracing lines – let’s put it mildly.