Have your kids tried writing the alphabet with vehicles? This is such a fun way for them to engage in a letter formation activity!
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I am over at Pre-K Pages today sharing a REALLY fun process art activity using transportation! We filled a huge poster board with all kinds of tracks! The next day my son wanted to repeat the activity, but I decided to change things a little, and write the alphabet instead!
I poured out some black washable paint onto a paper plate. To start us off I formed A, B and C. Already I got into difficulties – I’d chosen a toy monster truck for the B and it looked super messy! I redid the letter by using a different vehicle.
F did his own version of C which came out really well.
I had this wild and crazy idea to work through the alphabet in order, but he had other ideas, and wanted to surprise me. It was an L!
He made six letters: C, H, P, T, L and Z (which is backwards – something we’re working on!). I love how he used two different vehicles to make each line of the T.
Letters that have curves are definitely harder, as you might expect. We didn’t complete all the alphabet but it was fun to make a start!Use toy vehicles to form the alphabet! #kidactivities #abc #alphabet Click To Tweet