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    Pre-writing in sand. Draw simple letter in sand and put one marker at the start and one at the end. Encourage child to trace the path and help one marble find the other.

    Tracing letters on mirrors with window markers from And Next Comes L

    Letter Pounding (could also do words, or numbers)

    use Sandpaper Hebrew letters, they traced it with their fingers then traced it in the sand:

    Pre-writing skills. Make pattern cards and then use colored sand on the light boxes.

    Pull a magnetic letter out a a bag and use a bingo marker to mark it off your sheet.

    Pre-Writing cards for light table

    first steps to writing: teaching grip to first letters and words | teachmama.com for Scholastic

    I would use this for learning how to write regular letters- make a sandbox for writing practice. Take note how the lid holds the card up.

    Coloured sand for tracing..... Can use sand/salt - to colour your own add drops of food colouring to bags of sand/salt, work the colour in and then leave to dry on newspaper!

    fun and clever game to teach toddlers to write letters - put white sand in a organizer box and have them write with their finger instead of paper #kids #game

    Glue tracing for pre-writers. Great for learning letters.

    Salt box writing

    Sensory Activity of the Week: Scented Sand Paint - Pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pin

    Mirrors, dry erase markers and glass beads: a wonderful fine-motor/sensory/drawing activity. (happy hooligans)

    Process-Based Art for Halloween: Draw with orange and black sand outside!~Buggyand...

    Help support your child as the learn to read with these phonics games. Letter sound activities for kids.

    How to teach the alphabet? Start with the letters in your child's name. Fun ideas for learning letters.

    Amazingly fun ways to play with sand including recipes for aqua sand, magic sand, sand slime, sand paint, homemade colored sand, making a sand volcano, & MORE!

    Quote bubbles in frames, use a dry erase marker to write funny things your kids say. When you are ready to switch the quotes, have the child take a picture with their quote and make a photo book of quotes.