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10 Ways to Practice Writing Your Name

Writing your name – and writing it properly is quite the accomplishment for our kids. Writing their name and labeling things as “theirs” is a big deal to kiddos. Help give them the confidence early with some of these Name Writing activities. Gel Bags. These are brilliant. Fill a giant ziplock bag with about half …

Colorful Pom Pom Tube drop activity. Great for color matching and fine motor development. They could even use tweezers to pick up and place the pom poms for more fine motor exercise.

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Alphabet Match

Alphabet Match - matching upper case and lower case letters. So simple to make using bottle tops and foam letters! {learning4kids}

Toddler Approved!: Exploding Names! Back to School Basics. Simple ways to teach your kids to write, spell, and learn their name using their interests. What is your child interested in right now?

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Color Toss Activity (with Video!)

Sorting Colors looks like a lot of fun! For Peyton? Could we use it for other things, too, like letters and/or words? Hmmm...

I loved doing this when I was learning how to read and write! Have the child say the individual letters as they trace them in the salt/cornmeal, and you're addressing all three learning styles: visual, auditory, and kinesthetic.

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How to dye pasta for a rainbow sensory tub

how to dye pasta to make a lovely rainbow base for your play, along with some ideas you can use to explore the tub.

put letter on black construction paper and sit in sun. After several hours remove letters and laminate paper for reuse.

Alphabet salt tray - practice writing letters with your little one using this cute & creative learning tool!