Your students will become familiar with forming lowercase letters while they have some hands-on fun! These reproducible outlines can be used for a variety of literacy center and group learning activities:
ALPHABET PLAY DOUGH MATS: Laminate these or place inside a clear plastic Ziploc bag. Students can roll and place their dough within the letter outline.
TACTILE LETTERS: Students glue pasta, buttons or other objects within the outline of their letter.
CRAYON RESISTS: Color inside the letter outline with a light colored crayon and then paint over top with a diluted paint and water mixture.
PATTERNS: Make this into a math activity. Use finger paint, bingo dabbers or coloring utensils to make the letter outline into a pattern. Place counters or colored glass stones, etc. over top of the letters using different types of patterns. Estimate how many objects will fit on the letter.
Copyright 2012 by Sandy Baldwin. Those who purchase this resource from TPT have permission to make copies for the students in their classrooms.
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