Here’s a versatile craftivity
you can do during an election
year, or when you study the letter Vv
Younger kiddos can simply make the donkey-elephant “Vv is for vote!”
craft. Scatter them on a bulletin board
or punch holes in the heads and dangle from the ceiling or as a hallway wall border, then follow things up with the matching worksheet
The star paper
that I used for the letter V is also included.
Since Vv is for vocabulary
too, older students can write as many words as they can think of that start with the letter Vv
, then write them on the back of the letter, or jot them down on one of 2 bookmark-size
strips, which can be glued to the bottom of the letter.
I’ve included a completed sample
for you to share, as well as a list of 61 nouns
that begin with the letter Vv
, which children should be familiar with.
Another option is to color the boy or girl page and mount that to the bottom of the letter, after completing the writing prompt: “It’s important to vote because …”
There are also 5 other prompt ideas
your students can choose.
The writing prompt worksheets
come in black and white, as well as full color, so that you can easily make a sample to share.
I’ve also included 3 “badge buttons”
students color, cut, trim & wear.
I’m Diane from Teach With Me, hoping you and your students enjoy this craftivity.
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