INSIDE: Snowball Letter Unwrap is a fun way to practice letter recognition this winter! This fun and easy to set up early literacy activity is a fun way for toddlers and preschoolers to practice learning their letters and phonemes.
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How to Set Up Snowball Letters Unwrap
I love a good unwrapping sensory bin for my toddlers. They are great fine motor activities, super engaging for toddlers and crazy easy to set up. They are the type of activity that never get old and entertain time after time.
For this activity I used scrap pieces of white printer paper. I tried to use paper that was already used on one side instead of using fresh unused sheets.
Next, I took some magnetic frigde letters – letters I wanted to practice with my toddlers – and wrapped them in the paper to make the snowball letters. I placed them into a sensory bin. Finally I wrote on a piece of paper the same letters so that my toddlers could match them once they were unwrapped.
This was a great early literacy activity for my toddlers. As they unwrapped the letters and matched them I would ask them what sound the letter made and them
Looking for more Fun Winter Activities? Check out these fun ideas:
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My twins are 2.5 years old.
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