Does your child know their name, address, and phone number? It is very important that kids learn this important safety information as early as possible. Here ais a FREE Learn My Name & Address Printable to help you teach your preschool and kindergarten child their name and where they live.
Learn My Name & Address Printables
How to Teach you Child their Address
Here are various different free printables to teach you child their name so they can visualize it, trace it, and practice writing it depending on how old they are. There are various different sizes and styles to choose from to help it appeal to many preschool and kindergarten age children.
Post Your address and phone number by the Phone
In the case of an emergency, even a child who knows where they live may forget it. Having that information by the telephone makes it more likely your child will be successful in calling 9-1-1 in the case of an emergency.
Practice Your Child’s Name / Address / Phone Number Daily
Write your child’s address and phone number on the wall card to help remember to review it daily until your child knows this important information. There is also a 3” x 5” flashcard size for your child to stick in their backpack or work on in the car. (Note: Download has a boy & girl option)
This one is handy for helping your child learn to write their name, address and phone number. For younger children I suggest you write the information neatly and then laminate or stick in a page protector and have your child trace the information until they get it.
Help your child learn their name! For Tots & Preschoolers write your child’s name, laminate it, and keep it in front of them to help them learn their name. They can trace their name with their fingers, a crayon, or a dry erase marker. Your child can then begin to spell their name on their own work. For older children you can laminate it and then have them write their own name – daily if needed until they know it. Also included is a 3” x 5” size flashcard for your child to practice their name on the go or as part of a daily workbox activity.
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Beth Gorden is the creative multi-tasking creator of 123 Homeschool 4 Me. As a busy homeschooling mother of six, she strives to create hands-on learning activities and worksheets that kids will love to make learning FUN! Beth is also the creator of www.kindergartenworksheetsandgames.com where she shares Kindergarten spedicif worksheets,& educational ideas.