My 2 1/2 year old is learning her letters. She knows most of them, but she has been struggling with a couple. She tends to call a “G” a “C,” so I decided to focus on that letter today with this simple activity. We looked through an old magazine for the letter G. I cut out any G the kids found. We looked for the letter in larger font and ignored the smaller print. Once we had a bunch of G’s cut out I drew a big outline of a G on a piece of paper lightly with pencil. Then the girls put glue over my outline. Next, they began to stick G’s down on the glue until we had our final product.
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