Things to practice :
Read to your child daily. Ask them questions about what they think might happen next, who the characters are in the book, what happened first, next and last, and what their favorite part of the story is.
Practice coloring inside the lines. There are many websites that have coloring pages.
Practice cutting across the paper, then cutting on the line. First cut on a straight line, then wavy or zig zag, then various shapes. You can even just have them practice cutting paper into small pieces or into their own design.
Depending on your child, have them trace their name or write their name independently. Some of the kids can do their first and last name.
Count, count, count!! Count everything you do. Count steps, or pennies, you can count things where ever you go! You can just have them count outloud while you are driving in the car. See how high they can get.
Have them practice giving personal information. Have them tell you their first and last name, their age, their parents' names, their address and phone number.
Practice rhyming words. They think this is fun and it is great practice. Have them pick out the rhyming words in stories or songs. Say a word and see if they can say a rhyming word back.
There are many websites your child can go on to play and practice some of their skills. Below are some websites we have used at school: