Aiden Through Bryce
This worksheet is a name tracing activity designed to help kindergarten students learn to write their names. It includes two sections, each starting with a different letter of the alphabet, ‘A’ and ‘B’, accompanied by corresponding illustrations. For each letter, there are dotted names for tracing, such as “Aiden” for ‘A’ and “Brooke” for ‘B’. Below the tracing practice, there is a space provided for the student to try writing their name independently, followed by a framed area for drawing a picture.
The worksheet aims to teach students letter recognition and handwriting skills, starting with the most personal word they know: their name. It reinforces the connection between letters and sounds by associating each letter with a name and an illustration. By tracing and then writing their name on their own, students practice fine motor control and gain confidence in their writing abilities. The drawing space also encourages creativity and provides a personal touch, allowing the child to express themselves through art.