Having a photocopier makes teaching a child so much simpler than when my children were young. Here is a quick and simple way to use lacing letters to help a child learn his or her name.
Tape the letters down on a piece of paper and photocopy it.
Your child puts the plastic letters on top of the paper image as if completing a jigsaw puzzle.
If you have already taught your child to orally spell their name using my singing technique, now is a good time to teach them to touch each letter as they sing it.
Chrysanthemum by Kevin Henkes and Hooper Humperdink, Not Him! (Reviewed here) by Dr. Seuss are great follow-up or introductory books to this activity.