Are your preschoolers struggling to learn how to spell their names?
These Editable Name Spelling Practice Mats will be a game changer for your preschooler. Just type in your preschooler’s names and hit print!
You can even use them in kindergarten!
These Editable Name Spelling Practice Mats will help preschoolers develop:
- name recognition
- name spelling skills
- one-to-one correspondence in letter sounds
- letter formation skills
- proper pencil grasp
- letter sequencing
- left to right progression
This is an editable pdf, which means all you have to do is type in your preschooler’s names on the class list and the sheets will automatically generate!
Teaching name recognition and name spelling has never been this easy! Or fast!
Here’s what’s included:
Get name writing mastery with these editable practice mats.
- Instructions page
- Class list page
- Name spelling mats for up to 24 students!
In less than five minutes you can have name spelling practice sheets for your entire class!
Just open the pdf, type in your student’s names, and then print!
How to Use These Name Spelling Practice Mats
Have your preschooler:
- Say their name.
- Put their finger on each dot under the letters of their name, as they say the letter name.
- Then write their name using proper letter formation.
When to Use These Thematic Counting Mats
These mats can be used in so many ways. Try them in the following settings:
- printable preschool centers
- small group activities
- table top activities
- sensory table activities
- whole class skills practice
- informal assessments
How to Add These to What You’re Already Teaching
Of course, these counting activities pair wonderfully with my Complete Preschool Curriculum, as well as my Preschool Literacy Lesson Plans (which is part of the curriculum bundle). You can use these printable name spelling practice mats to supplement any preschool curriculum.
THIS IS A DIGITAL DOWNLOAD AND THEREFOR NO REFUND WILL BE OFFERED.
I’m Sarah, an educator turned stay-at-home-mama of five! I’m the owner and creator of Stay At Home Educator, a website about intentional teaching and purposeful learning in the early childhood years. I’ve taught a range of levels, from preschool to college and a little bit of everything in between. Right now my focus is teaching my children and running a preschool from my home. Credentials include: Bachelors in Art, Masters in Curriculum and Instruction.