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December 16, 2020 | Sossi Essajanian
This week the children continued exploring how letters are formed.
They used Letter Cards and wooden lines and curves to Build Capital Letters.
Later the children played Wet, Dry, Try, using their fine motor skills to write letters, following the sequence of steps to form each capital.
Letter Building helps children understand which lines and curves are used to form each letter correctly. This activity also gives children an opportunity to practice sequencing and recognizing capital letters.
Little curve, turn, little curve.
In this activity, children wet the letter, go over it to dry the letter, then try it with chalk.