Today’s topic is snowflakes and stars. Winter is already in full glory (although, unfortunately, there is no snow here), so the topic comes to mind by itself. A few snowflakes, a few stars straight from the sky, and we can have fun tracing winter decorations.
The drawings created during the exercise can be used as window decorations, elements to prepare a card or room decorations.
I prepared two versions of worksheets for fine motor skills exercises with snowflakes. With solid line or dotted line. Choose the version that suits you better.
Tracing picture worksheet
You can use our graphomotor exercise traditionally by giving your child colorful writing instruments to trace and color the drawing, but not only. After inserting the sheet into a transparent sleeve for documents (preferably a slightly thicker one), or laminating it, the exercise can be performed many times. Just use dry erase markers.
Another idea to practice fine motor skills is to use scissors and cut out single elements in a trace.
We invite you to play with tracing lines.