Name Writing Activity and Worksheet for Kids
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Name Writing Activity for Kids
Happy Monday! It’s another week for our Virtual Book Club for Kids and this week’s theme is owls! We’re reading Owl Babies by Martin Waddell and sharing fun owl activities to go along with the story. Be sure to scroll down after reading this post for more owl themed fun! This week I’m sharing a free printable name activity for kids that not only helps develop handwriting and name recognition, but also helps kids develop a stronger sense of self!
If you haven’t joined our weekly virtual bookclub for kids you can join here. You’ll gain access to future book club books, themes, and craft supply lists. Plus you can share your own book themed activities in the group!
This Week’s Virtual Book Club for Kids Book
Owl Babies is a sweet story for kids to read during the fall and winter months. Three baby owls awake to find their mother gone. Where is she? When will she return? The owl babies worry until their mommy returns and readers wait with them while reading beautifully illustrated pages.
Printable Name Activity for Kids
Whooo are you? Use this printable to write your name and then get creative with words that describe you!
More Owl Themed Activities
Owl Baby Activities from Mosswood Connections
Owl Babies Counting Activity from Clare’s Little Tots
Owl Counting Playdough Mats from Preschool Powol Packets
Owl Babies Sponge Painting from Adventures of Adam
Owl Eyesight STEM Exploration for Kids from JDaniel4’s Mom
Build a Nest STEM Activity from Views from a Step Stool
Feathery Owls Color Matching Activity from To Be a Kid Again
Help Owls Find their Nests from Mama Smiles
Prewriting Craft for Kids-Scratch Art Owl from School Time Snippets
Movement Tricks to Help with Separation Anxiety from Sugar Aunts
Owl Puppets from Powerful Mothering
Owl Babies Shape Activity for Preschoolers from Rainy Day Mum
Color shaped Owl Crafts for Kids from Toddler Approved
Printable Owl Themed Alphabet Game for Preschoolers from The Educators Spin on It
This is such a cool way to explore your name!
Acrostic poems are so much fun. This is a great book extension activity and a great way to explore the letters in our names.
Thank you! It’s even fun for us grown ups! 🙂
The virtual book club is such a great service to offer your readers! The name writing activity is a great way for children to pull out positive thoughts about themselves.
Thank you for your kind comment!
My little one is writing her name all the time at the moment on any bit of paper she can find, she will love this thank you 🙂