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Michaela Welch

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Rainbow Name Writing

In the classroom, we practice writing our name every day. Now it's your turn to encourage your child to have fun writing his/her name at home. Don't forget to use title case (only capitalize the first letter). Your child's name card is in the Distance Learning Activities folder and can be used as a model. 1. Choose a color and write your name. Say each letter as you write it. 2. Choose another color and trace over your letters. 3. Continue choosing more colors to trace your name. When you are finished: Tap the add button. Tap the camera and take a photo of your rainbow name. Tap the upload to upload your photo Tap the green check to add your response. Challenge: Write your first and last name

Kindergarten, Pre-K, Writing
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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CT ELDS: Physical Health and Development Strand B: Early learning experiences will support children to develop fine motor skills. Visual Motor Integration: PH.48.6, PH.60.3 Small Muscle Movement and Coordination: PH.48.7, PH.60.4, PH.60.5 Strand E: Early learning experiences will support children to gain knowledge of print and its uses. Letter Recognition: L.48.19, L.48.23 CT DOTS Physical Development: Fine Motor Early Language, Communication & Literacy: Print Concepts, Drawing & Writing