- Use a piece of string dipped in paint to create wiggly lines
- Glue wheels on the Ww Poster.
- Drive a matchbox car through a black inkpad and drive on the Ww Poster
White Pom Poms or Cotton Balls:
- Glue on white pom poms or cotton balls. If you have an assortment of pom pom colors, the activity of picking out only the white pom poms becomes a great fine motor and visual perception/sorting activity.
- Glue pieces of yarn to look like a wig
- Paint the W blue and add fish and ocean stickers
- Color the Ww Poster to look like wood.
- Use watercolors on wet, white paper.
- Glue on pieces of wax paper or wrapping paper.
- Color the pattern to look like a watermelon. Make black fingerprints to look like the seeds.
- Words - cut out words from the newspaper and glue them onto the W Poster
- Worm - hole punch holes and weave a brown yarn through as a worm
- Woolly - glue cotton balls on the W Poster
My "W" Book - by Jane Belk Moncure - Be sure to use the phonetic sound of the letter and not just the letter name when reading the book. When we come to a letter, I have my child read the phonetic sound of each letter.
How Will We Get to the Beach?
Zuzu's Wishing Cake
- Watermelon, watermelon koolade
- White frosted cookies or cinnamon rolls
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