Fun Ways to Practice Writing and Learning Letters
Another week has gone by and now we are already over halfway through July. Before we know it the end of summer will be here and the beginning of the school year (gulp).
My little girl will be heading to kindergarten in the fall and this mommy is already tearing up thinking about it. Just the thought of sending her off on the big school bus is putting me into an arrhythmia. I know I am not the only one thinking this…how did this happen? how did my baby get so big already??
With kindergarten on my mind lately, we have been getting some writing and letter activities into our daily schedule. She can write her first and last name and the entire alphabet with some help with that darn letter “Q”.
This week we are featuring some of the posts that were linked up relating to letters and writing…
Writing and Letter Activities
Schooltime Snippets- this adorable activity is great for the toddlers and preschoolers. I love how she cut out strips of paper for her daughter to match up the letters. This post is full of great ideas.
Domesticated Breakdown shared a lovely framed artwork she made for her sons room. I have been wanting to try something like this, it looks like such great craft that the kids can help with.
Highhill Education- shared a wonderful activity to encourage writing- postcard exchange! This is such a great idea, I love that it involves interacting with others.
And Next Comes L shared an alphabet hands obstacle course and scavenger hunt. This activity is something kids of all ages would enjoy and I could see these hands being used over and over again in other activities.