I saw a version of this idea last month in FamilyFun magazine, but I decided to adapt it to give the girls an opportunity to practice forming letters!
Sand Paper Letter Busy Bag
- Sand paper
1) Cut several pieces of yarn in various lengths. I cut four longer pieces and two short pieces. Then, I just cut a few random sizes!
2) Ask your child to make various letters on the sand paper.
You could also use this to review numbers or shapes or just give your child a bag of yarn scraps and let her create whatever she wants! I’m thinking this would make an excellent Learning Bag…and you could also take it with you to a restaurant, appointment, etc.