Ready to dig up some fun with vehicle activities for the letter “E”?
When it comes to vehicles, “E” is for excavator!
Using the broken crayons to help my preschooler have a more typical writing grip seemed to help last time, so I pulled out our broken crayons again this week when he practiced tracing upper and lower case letter “E.”
I simply traced large Lego (Duplo) blocks ahead of time on paper to form the letter “E.” Then I handed him the sheet of paper and a selection of blocks and had him form the letter “E.”
I’m thinking we will be trying something like this for future letters because it was such a hit. He kept fixing his puzzle all day whenever the pieces accidently got moved.
My preschooler had fun searching for upper and lower case letter “E” all over the back yard. We counted all the letters when we were finished.
Our hunt ended at the sandbox, where our next activity was set up.
By then it was time to get lunch set up, so the preschooler played with his Hot Wheels excavator in some rainbow rice.