To make this activity. I got paint stick stirrers and used Mod Podge to glue the letters of the child's name on to the stick. Then used mounting tape to stick the letters onto the clothespins. Your child matches up the letters to spell their name.
Name Block Matching
This can be made in any word document or you could make make it easily be hand.
Here are free puzzles patterns for 4, 5, 6, and 7 letters names.
You can either hand write your child's name or
open in a word document to add your child's name
Just right click on the each image, save and print.
I recommend printing on cardstock paper so it is more durable
4 letter name
5 letter name
6 letter name
7 letter name
You can download free front from this website to make these tracing cards in a word document. The font is called ABC Print Dotted. This is laminated and so it can be used over and over again.
For this activity, you can use any word document and create a table. Then can choose what letters you want to use and what path to create to spell your child's name. This is also laminated so it is reusable.
Progressive Name Tracing
This idea is also part of the Preschool learning binder I put together.
I download free front from this website to make this in a word documents. The names of the fonts are ABC Print Arrow, ABC Print Arrow Dotted, and ABC Print Dotted.
All of these activities are stored in a laminated 9 x 12 folder. I used an X-acto knife to cut a slip in the top. I like this folder idea because it keeps things together and can be passed around easily to each home when it it our turn to teach preschool.