Ask for your child’s help in naming his special stuffed friends! He can use a combination of drawing and writing to create name tags for his favorite little friends.
Through an easy sequence of folds, you and your child can make a picture frame out of paper. This activity is a fun, creative way for your child to practice both fine motor and beginning writing skills.
Extend your child’s learning through an imaginative writing activity designed to help her think about food allergies.
Self portraits are always fun. This activity can give your child an opportunity to express herself while giving you a glimpse of what makes her happy or sad.
Children need lots of experiences exploring letters. In this activity, your child will have fun making letters in a homemade gel bag.
This activity will give your child practice with left to right progression. In addition, the use of the stamps and stamp pad will help with fine motor development and eye-hand coordination.
Help your child learn the power of writing by helping her create her own home town book.
Learning about writing includes the understanding that print carries a message. This activity uses written clues to send your child on an amusing scavenger hunt, culminating with a prize at the end!
Children like to see their names and like to write their names themselves. This activity will seem like magic to your child!
In the early stages of beginning writing, children may make letters incorrectly, but this improves as your child sees his name in print and is offered opportunities to write his name in fun ways. Help your child create a special name sign for his bedroom door with this activity.