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Assess prewriting lines using the house and sun method

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How can I assess prewriting lines?

There are many easy ways to assess prewriting lines. The first is to draw each line or shape and have the child draw the line or shape. I have a pre made resource you can use to evaluate prewriting lines and also keep track of the prompt level to assist in tracking progress. Check it out here. 

The second way is to ask a child to draw a house and a sun or copy the house and sun that you draw.  This is a playful way to evaluate each prewriting line. A house is made up of triangle (roof), square (window/base), plus sign and X (windows), circle (door knob and sun), and diagonals (rays of sun). Want a PDF of this resource you can use with your students? Sign up for my VIP email list to get access to a house you can use to assess prewriting lines.

Looking for a big list of prewriting lines activities? Check out the blog post, here!

Occupational therapy prewriting lines assessment

Looking for the developmental progression of prewriting lines? Click here.

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DISCLAIMER: Elizabeth Kosek is a Licensed Occupational Therapist , but is in no way representing herself as such with the content of this blog or through her resources. By using this website or any resources, you agree that this activity is not intended to replace skilled therapy services, consultation, treatments and does not replace the advice of a physician or occupational therapist. Speak with your physician or OT if you have questions. Information provided should not be used for diagnostic or training purposes. Stop any activity if you are unsure about a child’s reaction or ability. Empowering OT is not liable for any injury, accident, or incident that may occur when creating or replicating any of the activities or ideas found on this blog or contained within any resource provided here.