Free Pencil Control Worksheets
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Preschool Pencil Control Printable Connecting Friends
This week’s Virtual Book Club for Kids book is Should I Share my Ice Cream by Mo Willems. This story is about two friends and a lesson about sharing. Our theme this week is friends, so be sure to check out the links to other book club activities after this post! Today I’m sharing a free printable for preschoolers to practice pencil control.
My preschooler is currently working on tracing letters and shapes, so to exercise her fine motor skills we play with play doh, do lacing card activities and I create printables for practice. You can find all my free printables here.
Last week we had such fun with our Apple Snack to go along with the book Ten Apples Up on Top by Dr. Suess. Be sure to stop by next week for a new book and new activities!
You can buy your own copy of Should I Share my Ice Cream by Mo Willems by clicking the image or link below.
Should I Share My Ice Cream? (An Elephant and Piggie Book)
More Friendship Activities for Kids
Spelling Names Ice Cream Center – Still Playing School
Learning about our friends – graphing activity for preschoolers
Kind Words Sensory Lesson – Preschool Powol Packets
Listening Games with Elephant and Piggie – Inspiration Laboratories
Paper Tube Friendship Bracelets – Clare’s Little Tots
How to Make a Colour Mixing Ice Cream – Peakle Pie
How to Make Happy Faces in a Sand Tray – Big Owl Little Owl Witty Hoots
Pass the Ice Cream Sharing Activity for Preschoolers – Sunny Day Family
Gross Motor Core Strengthening Friendship Activity for a Group
Friendship Ice Cream Throw – Adventures of Adam
Build 2D and 3D ice cream cones with friends – Kara Carrero
Piggie and Elephant Shapes Sharing Activity – Mosswood Connections