ALPHABET (R) (W) Free printable Road Letters. Use your child's love of cards to encourage him or her to learn the letters of the alphabet! This is a great tool for helping kids practice writing letters with the correct stroke order.
bug tongs DIY clothespin tongs: Having children pick up different things such as cotton balls or bead with tongs works on fine motor skills in the child's hand. Increased fine motor skills will make it easier for the child to write.
Use finger aerobics in the classroom, home or therapy clinic to work on fine motor skills needed for functional tasks. Hand aerobics are a great fine motor exercise workout before handwriting tasks for the whole class! Perfect for the school based OT.
Ziploc bags with tempera paint. We practiced color mixing, fine motor skills, sensory exploration, and letter writing. Did this all the time when I taught preschool also can put it in a sliding glass door or window.