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Teaching Kids To Write Name

Teaching Kids To Write Name. This is one of a series of videos featuring susan scheibenzuber from laughing star montessori explaining the beautiful handwriting system. Before kids can spell their names, they have to learn the formation of individual letters.

A simple way to practice name writing The Measured Mom
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You have some wonderful ideas for teaching kids to spell their names. This is one of a series of videos featuring susan scheibenzuber from laughing star montessori explaining the beautiful handwriting system. Below are some useful tips to help them reach this exciting milestone with ease, enthusiasm and confidence.

Can be edited to include any child's name.


Before kids can spell their names, they have to learn the formation of individual letters. You have some wonderful ideas for teaching kids to spell their names. One of my favorite ways to help children learn to write their names is with a name rock.

With this editable file you will be able to take your class list and directly type in every students' name.


Using names to teach letters and name recognition is a very powerful teaching tool. Come and see how to teach a child to write their name and beginning letters. I believe teaching them to write their name should be the first word they learn how to spell.

The same is true with writing.


Some children will learn to write their name when they are 2 or 3 (this is rare, don’t feel like your 3 year old should be able to write their name) while others are still having difficulty when they are in year 1 (this is something that i would certainly be working on, but i see it often enough to know its common). Play dough is a hit with the preschool crew, and this is a fun activity for kids in that age range. Watch the video eight tips for helping your child to practise writing their name.

This fun activity will help them write each letter over and over so they can eventually learn to write their names!


It is one of the most memorable words they will learn to write, and we are setting the stage for kindergarten and beyond. To a child, there is nothing more important than his or her own name. Have your child write his name the best he can, even if it takes up the whole page.

As they learn more about their name, they write its letters, even if some are reversed or missing.


If your child's name is not listed, send an email to [email protected] and we will try to add it to the list. Mix up the letters and have her unscramble them. After you teach kids to write their name in capital letters, teach them that their name starts with a capital letter and the rest are lower case.

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