This week I’ve been putting a letter sorting activity in
DD’s workbox. I chose a small toy/item, wrote that
word on a piece of paper and had the first letter of that
word (in lower and upper case letters) that she had to
sort into rows.
She’s also been finding the letters to make words and has
been quite motivated to do that.
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