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The Crafty Classroom {Review}

Disclosure: I received this product free through the Homeschool Review Crew.

There is something so special, so fun, about homeschooling those early years. My youngest daughter (5) just loves to write and read. She is a very determined, happy little learner. When she said she wanted to “write more” I knew that reviewing the Tracing Bundle from The Crafty Classroom would b a great fit! We received this 300+ page workbook, for pdf download and got started right away.

This bundle includes themed printables you can edit for your binder (there are instruction to help you get started). There are three different themes available:  Bugs, Unicorns, or Dinosaurs in Space.  Choose the theme your child would adore, and type into the editable fields, then print it and bind it if you can. The Tracing Bundle includes two files: the Editable Name Tracing Pack and Tracing Bundle C. 

For each theme chosen, you receive the following activity pages:

  • Cover Page
  • My Full Name Tracing
  • My First Name Tracing
  • My Middle Name Tracing
  • My Last Name Tracing
  • On My Own Name Writing

I really need to invest in a color printer because these are so inspiring and my daughter loved having pages to trace that included pretty, colorful unicorns. On the bright side, she was eager to get her markers out and try to make her unicorns less black and white. 🙂

There is such a variety available in this bundle. There are The Tracing Bundle uppercase and lowercase alphabet pages, numbers, colors, days of the week, months of the year and seasons. There are some really fun images too – dogs with bones, pages with simple mazes, trace and draw which my . I love how there are many pages that offer guides for tracing – showing where to go to trace. This is super helpful for “pre-writing,” and even for struggling young writers.

From prewriting and tracing basic lines and curves, to the development of fine motor skills there are lots of great activities to be found in this bundle, When we are on the go, it can be a great way to keep my youngest busy.

She loved the mazes that were in here; also the dot to dot letter worksheets that included a little bit of a drawing challenge.

One worksheet they trace the letter Y and then draw hay in the yak’s mouth and colors the yak in.

Maybe she didn’t always agree with some of the instructions. It’s always fun though to get creative!

The Crafty Classroom on Social Media:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/The-Crafty-Classroom-121821161222656
Twitter:  https://twitter.com/craftyclassroom
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thecraftyclassroom/
Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/craftyclassroom/
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/mcclintick02

They have lots of other fun resources too! Make sure to click on the graphic below to read all about how other members of the Crew used the different materials given. I encourage you also, to learn more about the other materials offered by The Crafty Classroom.

Fine Motor Alphabet Bundle, Superstar Spelling & Tracing Bundle {The Crafty Classroom Reviews}

Author:

I am a God loving and fearing Apostolic Pentecostal - All about Holiness, a tongue Talking Homeschooling Mommy of Two AWESOME little men and two darling little ladies, with a precious one in Jesus arms too. I love to study His word, and the stories and histories that go along with it. Seeking truth at all expense and learning so much as we go along. We are truly blessed to homeschool - blessed that we may school our children for such a small cost. I believe in the power of the name of Jesus and the power of His people when they come together in prayer. Standing firm and speaking out! There is nothing that I seek more than His kingdom and the joys that follow Him! Ultra conservative, growing Jesus follower, mommy to two awesome boys, one precious little girl- with a great family and a wonderful life that I am so blessed to have! Living and loving as best I can, with the Lord-Holy Ghost filled and speaking in tongues-WOW!

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