Christmas is here!
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I have chosen to homeschool Brooke and Olivia for preschool and it has been so rewarding. There is definitely a huge sense of pride I get when I see how Brooke can read and do simple math worksheets. I purchased some great no prep Christmas themed preschool worksheets from here, and both girls love doing them. The fact that they both ask me to do their schoolwork reassures me that I must be doing something right.
Brooke is doing great at writing her name, but I wanted a worksheet for extra practice. Especially since she will be writing her letter to Santa here shortly. Olivia can absolutely use the practice, but keep in mind she just turned 3 so there is no need to push the topic. But she likes to join us for schoolwork so I wanted something both girls can use and enjoy.
I could of easily found a worksheet to purchase but I was up for the challenge of creating my own. So here is it. It’s simple and festive, but most importantly effective.
And because it is the giving season, I have a link for you to download your very own copy of this worksheet I created right here for free.
You can print multiple sheets for your child to practice on. Or you can simply slip the worksheet into a plastic sleeve (dry erase pocket sleeve like below or sheet protector) and use a dry erase marker to help save printing resources. I’ve linked a set of dry erase sleeves you can purchase through amazon just below at the end of this post. If you have early writers, I suggest writing your child’s name with a highlighter, or marker if using the sleeves like I did with Olivia, so your little one trace the letters of their name.
I hope you and your kiddos enjoy this practice sheet and most of all, enjoy this holiday season. Merry Christmas everyone!