These are quick and easy to make. A great additional learning tool that incorporates visual-motor, start point awareness for writing letters, visual discrimination, and other educational elements for reading and writing.
Just draw the letter and then place colored squares on it. Kids can then place the coordinating blocks on to the squares drawn. Encourage building letters correctly by starting at the top. You can put these drawings into a task box to use again.
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