Learning writing in the sour

cristina nagy
Learning writing in the sour

Learning writing in the sour

Children love to feel things in their hands. Writing is a skill they learn. Writing in the sour makes their learning easier through kinetical sense. Kinetic sand is an awesome medium for practicing handwriting skills and spelling. We used sour on a tray and practiced the sound S from Jolly Phonics. Children loved it! They used only their little fingers and a lot of sour. They didn't care all their clothes became white, they just had fun and learned!

Set up!

1. Start by pouring some sour into a small tray.

2. Then make flash cards with the letters that the child needs to see and to copy it in the sour.

That’s it! Now, show the child a flash card and ask them to draw the letter in the sour using index finger. It’s important to stress proper letter formation so when they practice writing with a pencil the formation will be correct there as well.

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Learning writing in the sour
July 14, 2023
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