INSIDE: Create a fun Halloween letter formation writing tray for toddlers, preschoolers and kindergartners! Use pretend bones to make spooky graveyard letters!
Learning to write for toddlers and preschoolers is a long process. Help make it fun this Halloween with this skeleton inspired letter formation writing tray.
Your toddler or preschooler can use the q-tip to create not only letters but also shapes, numbers or even pictures!
Writing trays are a great way for your little one to practice letter formation, CVC words, sights words, numbers, their names and more. They are also super easy to set up and a lot of fun!
How to Create A Halloween Skeleton Letter Formation Tray
Cover a baking sheet with black beans. You can also just use black construction paper. Decorate the baking sheet with mini skeletons. Finally, include several q-tips.
Write down a letter and invite your child to form that letter using the q-tip bones.
Watch this fun video for how to create the skeleton writing tray.
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- Baking Sheet
- Black Beans
- Pretend Mini Skeletons
- Pen and Paper
Check out this amazing list of writing trays for preschooler you can set up through out the year! A YEAR OF FUN WRITING TRAYS FOR PRESCHOOLERS
Here are some fun books for toddlers and preschoolers about bones and Halloween!
This is a great activity that will help kids develop fine motor skills and literacy skills.