Making Learning Fun:
On Wednesdays, we have a "letter study" session. The children place a cube on each item that begin's with the letter we are studying. This allows me to re-use our old (and expensive) Letter Books year after year.
They also get to dot the focus letter with a bingo marker and copy the focus letter 3 times.
Then, they get to trace the laminated letter cards with a dry erase marker so I can check for correct starting points and correct letter formation. I made tracing cards for number formation too. You can find them by clicking right HERE.
I'm having a FLASH SALE on these Number Formation Cards,
so grab them while you can.
|Here are the number formations cards.|
Just print on card stock & laminate.
Click the image to see the download.
Last, they get to use a pushpin and poke holes in the dotted letter. This is great for their fine-motor development.
|They even get a color-coordinated pin.|
|They push the pin into the rug so they don't stick themselves.|
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See you all tomorrow.