Stick the letter tire to its matching car to practice name recognizing and letter identification.
Cut a piece of copy paper in half long ways and attach the pieces together using tape to create a long strip. Draw cars in a row horizontally, you’ll need one car for every two letters in your child’s name (for example, if your child’s name is 6 letters long, you’ll draw 3 cars). Draw plain circles for the wheels (the wheels should be large enough to fit a dot sticker). On each wheel, write a letter to spell your child’s name across the line of cars. Then, write the same letters on dot stickers. Place the dot sticker tire onto the wheel with its matching letter. Continue until all the cars have tires.
- Alphabetic Knowledge- Identifies letters, numbers, characters, and symbols in print and understands that letters represent sounds.
- Classification- Matches and sorts.
- Fine Motor- Builds strength and coordination of small movements in hands to pick up, squeeze, twist, cut, and manipulate tools and toys.