I also wanted to combine two skills into one set. So it can down to writing and shapes!
After all, shapes have round parts, straight parts, short and long parts, and a lot of variety. It seemed like the perfect solution.
Combine the tracing and shapes with dry erase markers and we have a big winner.
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How to Set Up the Buggy Shape Cards
I wanted to use these as a game with dry erase markers so we laminated ours. I also printed them on cardstock for extra stability (and not at all because I accidentally left the cardstock in the printer tray).
We decided to cut them into cards but it would be fine to leave them as a whole page, too. And then instead of laminating, you could use a sheet protector!
How to Use the Snail Shape Cards
I wanted to make these kind of like a game so there are cards and a die. My thought was to have them roll the die and then trace a shape that fit the roll.
You could even play it as a two player game where the cards are split. Each person rolls and traces their card. The first to get them all traced wins.
Or just trace the cards in whatever order!