One of the first things they teach your child in school is how to write their name as it helps develop their motor skills and give a sense of identity to your toddler. It would not hurt for you to teach them at home for them to get a headstart. Here are some methods on how to teach your toddler how to write their name:
Letter by letter
As their name is composed of letters, it is a good foundation to read each letter before tackling their full name. Point out each letter of their name one by one while saying it. You can exercise both visually and orally for them to familiarize with the letters.
As your toddler learns to write, they need to know how to practice their fine motor skills. Giving line exercises is a great start for them being able to write letters. Line exercises will help them focus on staying in the lines or connecting broken lines to form one solid line.
Varying materials used can help stimulate the learning of your toddler. The school will let them practice writing their name using pencils, crayons, and markers. However, you can let them explore at home by using chalk to write on your driveway for a fun, large-scale practice or shaving cream on your kitchen counter to channel out their inner messy artist while learning. You can also provide a whiteboard so that they can use it over and over again without wasting resources.