Read on for a variety of ways to make letter U!
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As we move through the alphabet, I’ve been sharing posts showing fine motor activities for each letter. You can see links to all the letters we’ve done in this post. It’s time for letter U!
I printed a giant U and some block arrows. Then we put them on the U, saying, “uh, uh, UP.”
We made the letter out of unifix cubes.
I’ve found that millet makes a really good writing surface! So I poured some on a baking sheet, and my Four wrote with a chopstick. It’s so fun to shake the tray and write again and again.
My Letters of All Sizes are perfect handwriting worksheets for beginners.
My Four was a little careless on his level two page… but you get the idea. 😉
My level three pages are for kids who are ready for the next step… but maybe not traditional handwriting pages. These give a lot of support on the top few lines, gradually releasing responsibility to the child. My Four is starting to do these now that he’s in his last year at home before kindergarten.
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