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  • Miss May Blossom

    practicing letter writing in salt/sand with flashcards. I always envisaged gluing letter shapes onto card, sprinkling sand, shaking off then drying. Kids can 'feel' the shape of the letters. Very tactile. I guess you could cut letter shapes out of sand paper for a similar affect.

  • Anna Snell

    writing in sand.A Montessori inspired idea that's actually great for kids learning the alphabet and working on motor skills.

  • Bonny Meersman

    Writing letters in salt (this site has Montessori & Montessori-inspired activities). #kids #activities #easy #diy #box

  • Jordan Boucek

    cool way to learn letters for kids

  • JAY

    Salt writing with a holder for cards... Good pre writing idea to start kids learning how to move their hands with a pencil

  • Leslie Downen

    salt or shaving cream tray to practice letters, numbers, shapes, etc

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