Have fun rolling out play dough into long snakes with your child, then see what you can make them into together – letters, numbers, shapes, and more!
Use play dough to make letters, numbers, shapes, or words.
DO IT TOGETHER!
Together, roll out pieces of play dough into long snakes. Bend the snakes, or connect them, to make letters, words, shapes, or numbers. Spell out your child’s name using your snakes and let them copy it if they want to.
Writing can happen in many different ways. By using something like play dough, your child can physically move and change pieces, which can help them remember the shapes of letters more easily. It’s also a fun way to do writing together.
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