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... initial.  Soon she can have a gallery of string art to show off just like a professional artist. string letters, string art, string initials, how to make string art, string craft, letter art...
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Spice up a traditional watercolor painting project with magazine cutout letters that spell out your favorite poem.
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... have studied. If he's stumped, consider doing a simple negative space trick: draw a word using bubble letters, but "leave out" every other letter. For...
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... by writing a message in clear block letters on the foam door hanger with the permanent marker: something like “Quiet Please! I’m Studying,” or...
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..., but this version invites kids to pick a fun Halloween word like GHOST or JACK-O’-LANTERN and explore their word skills. An acrostic poem uses the letters of a...
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... to “read” the symbols and visual patterns seen in the leaves. Are there any letters? He should listen to his own instincts to think what the letters...
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... taped paper strip from the broom handle. Have him take a look at the paper strip and the jumbled, seemingly random letters. Let him give his secret message to a...
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...; Christopher, not Chris. Tell him that whenever he does anything official or professional — applications, business letters, standardized tests — he needs to use...
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... into the clay around the entire circumference of the cylinder. Remind him that any letters or words must be carved in backwards. Allow the clay to dry. This may...
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... Journal” in pencil on the cover. After she is happy with her lettering placement, she can darken the letters with a marker. She can use the journal to record her...
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...: to form possessives of nouns (i.e. Julie's book, the cat's meow) to show omission of letters (i.e. that's, 'cause, isn't) One of the...
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... final draft. Encourage her to write slowly and legibly so that she does not smear the letters. Make this a family activity by inviting all of your family members to...
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...: Washi tape, 2 or more rolls Journal, unlined Acrylic gems, wooden letters (optional) Glue (optional) What You Do: Ask your child to name some...
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...; might show a person losing his balance and falling against giant block letters that spell the word "love". Have him draw one illustration for each...
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... cupcakes and letters to spell out each child's name. Easter cupcakes, Easter, cupcakes, make cupcakes, write a message...
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.... Academically, letter writing is a part of the language arts curriculum and is something all elementary school children must learn. Having your child practice writing letters...
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... school year's date in big bold letters on the 5" x 8” index card. Have him decorate his name with the colored markers, and then tape the card securely on...
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... everything from the "lost colony" of Roanoke Island was lost—letters, drawings, and journals tell something of how the North Carolina colonists lived...
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... example, he can test out different blends and digraphs—two letters combined to produce a single sound, such as "sh." Look for consonant blends...

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