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Saturday, August 25, 2012

Sand Letters

Tracing Sand Letters
Students need so many different sensory inputs to learn new skills. I believe that the more diverse ways I teach the better understanding my students will have. I created these letter cards that show the directional arrows for writing. I then laminated and bought sand from a craft store. I traced the letters with craft glue and sprinkled sand over the glue. Once everything had dried I had a great sensory activity for the students to feel each letter. They love touching the rough, bumpy sand for each letter. This has helped them create motor memory for the way the letter should be written.

Trace Letter - Printable

2 comments:

  1. Do the letters peel off because you laminated first? I'm wondering how they held up because one of my kids is pretty tough on things.

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    1. Most of mine stayed on. If a student picks at the letters for a little while the sand will peel off over time. It is challenging to find things for kiddos that are rough on things.

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