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Learning Letters: Science & Sensory

Shaving Cream Letters added 2-24-01 Original Author Unknown

A great tool for children learning how to write their name or practice writing the alphabet is shaving cream.  No one can resist the squishing of the cream and the smell is good too. Put a small amount of shaving cream on a Formica top table (I do not recommend wood.) Let the children spread it around. Then use there finger to write there letters. Practice doing shapes too. 

Letter Formation added 10-4-04 Submitted By: Sioned Evans

Practice forming letters correctly in sawdust, shaving foam or even chocolate sauce! The children love the sensory aspect of the activity as well as learning to form letters correctly.


Letters Appear Like Magic added 10-26-04 Submitted By: Joyce Drolette

Need: 3 x 5 index cards, A white crayon, water color paints, paint brushes

Directions: Use the white crayon to write letters on each index card.  Be sure to
press firmly.  At small group time have the children paint the cards with
the water colors and watch the letters magically appear.


 

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