Handwriting Warm Ups Squeeze Ball Download

You can never have too many handwriting warm ups!  You can be sure when you use these handwriting warm up exercises, your children are going to have a blast and you can know you are targeting the in-hand muscles they need for developing pencil control.  Be sure to grab your handwriting warm up activities and get stuck in today!

These fun handwriting warm ups with a rhyme and a squeeze ball are the best for engaging kids in handwriting warm up exercises.

Don’t you just love it when your children are having fun but are also getting the hand muscle workout they need?

The tiny in-hand muscles are the ones which are responsible for manipulating the pencil and governing pencil control.  So it stands to reason that we should wake them up before getting stuck in with a handwriting lesson!

This downloadable of warm ups uses a good old stress ball!  The rhyme makes it great to use in a large group setting and there are lines the kids can chant back to further engage them.  You can slowly upgrade the demands by including some of the more tricky maneuvers.

You can also pop over here to download another handwriting warm up with a rhyme.
Colleen from the OT Toolbox has a lovely post with a variety of handwriting warm up activities.

Handwriting warm ups are important and this download with a rhyme is going to get your children on side!

©Bunty McDougall
Occupational Therapist

These fun handwriting warm ups with a rhyme and a squeeze ball are the best for engaging kids in handwriting warm up activities..

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