Teaching kids how to write doesnt have to be all about repetition. There is absolutely a time and a place for that while learning to form specific letters but these writing activities are less structured, more creative and a good compliment to the drill that comes with learning to write. Some of these activities are drawing which is often the key to making practice fun . Let them draw , encourage them to draw and provide tools for them to draw as much as possible. Many kids who arent fans of writing arent as unhappy with drawing so use that as your door to making them love writing too. Letter Rainbowing Dry Erase Mazes Count & Write Fire Trucks Mini Chalkboards Name Bugs Kid Designed Valentines Write and Trace Place Mats Sandpaper Letter Tracing Counting Around The House Fill In The Blank Stories Art Cards Journal Writing For Pre-Writers Heart Chalk Boards Dry Erase Doodle Mats Catalog Drawing Prompts For more writing ideas do not miss our Reading & Writing Readiness board on Pinterest. Along with other bloggers I share my favorite reading and writing ideas from all around the web. The post 15 Fun Writing Activities For Kids appeared first on No Time For Flash Cards.