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get down and dirty with some sandbox sight word writing! Let those little fingers get dirty and get them writing their sight words in some sand! All you will need is a pencil box and some sand. You…
Elizabeth Lanter saved to Homeschool: Bo
If your kids are anything like mine, they stomp their feet and are full of protests when it's time to practice handwriting. I get it; writing letters over and over can get super boring. Thankfully, that's not the only way to practice. Round up your art supplies and get your kids excited to work on their handwriting with these skill-building exercises that also double as fun activities. This one, for example, lets your child dot a letter outline with a cotton swab dipped in paint. Kids like…
Tricia Clare saved to Kids ideas
Looking for fun alphabet activities and sensory bins? Make dyed salt for a sensory tray. Great way to teach toddlers and preschoolers alphabet letters.
Differentiated Alphabet & Handwriting Practice for Kindergarten & Pre-K - Lessons for Little Ones by Tina O'Block
Differentiated Handwriting & Alphabet Practice for Kindergarten & Pre-K Preschool and kindergarten students enter school at various ability levels. SomeContinue reading
j travetto saved to Kindergarten
Use this handy, fun DIY Montessori sand writing tray to teach your child how to write their letters, and ultimately, learn to read! It comes with a free
Candy Anderson saved to activities for kids
Have you ever used a writing tray to teach handwriting? Here is information on sensory writing trays and sand tray writing benefits.
Kelly Daugherty saved to Coronavirus
From the beginning of the year until the end, these fun activities will get your students excited about learning. You should definitely go out and get some popsicle sticks for this.
BuzzFeed Shopping saved to Back To School
A play based learning blog full of activities and ideas for kids
Karen Sudurgard saved to Kids
I recently presented Otto with his first sand tray! He isn't interested in phonics or letter recognition but he loves drawing and mark making. A sand tray is a wonderful way to encourage and develop pre-writing skills. The child can draw a picture and then shake the tray to start over again, it's fun and economical. Like finger painting, this is a good way to encourage mark making without the child having to use a tool. Sand is tactile and feels wonderful. I suggest using a fine, dry sand…
Meraki x Culture saved to behavior therapy
Walking by the Way has a creative set of free sandbox writing cards for pre-writing available for you to download. Simply print the cards, set up a small sa
Graciela Perez saved to Pre-K