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Letter walk: walk around the neighborhood looking for letters on signs, and then fold down tab on the plate. // This would make a great car activity too!

Letter walk: walk around the neighborhood looking for letters on signs, and then fold down tab on the plate. // This would make a great car activity too!

This is AWESOME!!! Just type in your child's name (or anything else you want them to practice writing) and Voila! . . . a custom-made handwriting sheet.

{Inspiring} Printable Resources for kids learning

This is AWESOME!!! Just type in your child's name (or anything else you want them to practice writing) and Voila! . . . a custom-made handwriting sheet.

Clothespins on Hangers to practice alphabetical order (leave out some letters? write words on clothes pins? etc.). Lots could be done with this idea

Clothespins on Hangers to practice alphabetical order (leave out some letters? write words on clothes pins? etc.). Lots could be done with this idea

Match upper and lower case letters - One colored spoon and one clear along with a sharpie or two.   If you lose a piece - they are easy to replace!!    Great quiet activity to play at a restaurant too.

Match upper and lower case letters - One colored spoon and one clear along with a sharpie or two. If you lose a piece - they are easy to replace!! Great quiet activity to play at a restaurant too.

Great for kids used it yesterday!!

Promote Fine Motor Skills with 30 Materials & Activities

Salt Tray Letter Leaning - This Montessori-style activity let's your little one lean how to mimic what a letter looks like, along with the opportunity to ask them what a certain word starts with, so they can draw that letter in the salt tray. Post courtesy of @JenMontessori

Salt Tray Letter Leaning - This Montessori-style activity let's your little one lean how to mimic what a letter looks like, along with the opportunity to ask them what a certain word starts with, so they can draw that letter in the salt tray. Post courtesy of @JenMontessori

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