If your child finds writing their letter to Santa stressful then the Christmas fun pack could be just what you need.
The emphasis is on fun and fine-motor skills, lots of handwriting exercises that don’t seem like they are handwriting exercises, that then build up to writing their letter for Santa. There are differentiated activities throughout so it should take care of every ability level. For the Santa’s letter, for example, there are blank letters that have tick boxes with a few lines to fill in the necessary details, right up to visually appealing letter paper with just lines to write on. There are lots of choices! And I’ve included tips on many of the pages to give them a helping hand.
Of course the pack covers more than just Santa’s letter, there are games and activities to boost up your little dyspraxic’s skills that will keep them occupied while you get on with wrapping presents etc.
There are wordsearches and a spot the difference and games like that, and there are also fun activities like teaching them how to draw a Christmas tree, star, or a reindeer.
You can download the fun pack by sending me an email here.
I’ve had to temporarily remove the Dyspraxia Kids store as it was costing too much to maintain, but I still want to make these resources available, so please drop me an email and we can sort everything out via paypal in a speedy and efficient way that suits everyone. Many thanks!
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