Creative Curriculum Objectives 19, 40, 46 Paint the alphabet with a q-tip. This can also be done with a student's name or other word of significance. Student will control small muscles in hand to trace letters with paint.
The teacher/parent writes a word in the yellow box. Student reads the word in the yellow box, builds the word with letter blocks and then writes it with a dry erase marker in the box with lines. You can get a free worksheet or I will be making my own.
This info from Debbie Diller on Word Walls.... 1. Make a border or grid for the letters/words. Based on research, the brain sees in borders. 2. Make vowels and consonants different colours. 3. Add a picture for the beginning sound of the letter. 4. Make the words on the word wall black and white. Words are easier to see and it is a common colour for words in print.