If you’re looking for fun handwriting printables for kids, this pack of 6 summery postcards is the perfect way to keep kids practicing writing over the long break!
The school year is winding down and summer is right around the corner. Like my kids, yours have probably made new friends and may be sad to be facing the summer months without being able to see them every day!
As our kids say goodbye to their buddies, we therapists and teachers are finishing up our end-of-the-year progress notes and putting together lists of fun summer activities for kids to do to keep their skills up over the long break. A common theme in our progress notes and report cards? Handwriting.
It’s something that many kids need a little boost with over the summer. That’s why, a few summers ago, we introduced our Pen Pal Project – an 8-week series full of handwriting tips and strategies along with some awesome writing prompts to encourage kids to reach out to a friend via good old fashioned snail mail.
6 Summery Printable Postcards for Kids
And this year, we thought we would try it again! We have created 6 fun postcards to download, print and share.
If you’re a teacher or school-based therapist – these postcards would be the perfect end-of-the-year gift to your students to say “I’ll miss you! Keep in touch!”.
Or, if you’re a parent, why not print these cute little cards out for your little one to give to friends to encourage them to keep in touch over the summer?
What You’ll Need:
-Printable Summer Postcards
What to do:
-Print the pages of the Printable Summer Postcards pack 2-sided (below)
-One side will show the front of the postcard where kids can draw or color a picture and write an address. The other will show lines where they can write a special note to their friend or loved one.
-Cut the postcards out, color, write, and send to a friend!
Who will your child send his postcards to? Or who will you give the set of cards to as a gift? Leave us a comment below and let us know!
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