At a young age, kids are first taught to write letters in print only. When kids reach the age of eight to ten, they are taught how to write in cursive. They may find this quite difficult and boring at first. But one fun way to teach them this is to use worksheets also.
There are many kinds of worksheets made for the teaching help. The colored pages highly appeal the children. The worksheets are also teaching the best ways about reading and writing the text. This also makes the children to catch up the sound of letters and they can easily produce the writing of characters in their later times. The worksheets are designed according to age groups and teachers try to find out the best means to produce the options suitable to children.
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Another favorite pastime was what I liked to call ” Treasure Hunt” or ”Clues.” For the younger children, I used pictures of familiar places or objects in the house. One clue, or location led to another until the prize was found. As their skills improved, the pictures became words and then word puzzles. The treasure at the end of the hunt might be a small treat or just an everyday object to be hidden again. It was especially rewarding to see the older children take on the job of planning the hunt and creating the clues for their younger siblings as time passed.
One of our favorite activities, though, involved a simple ingredient from the kitchen and a little liquid. I’m sure a chemist would have some sort of molecular explanation for what happened when we mixed cornstarch with water, but all we knew is that is was mesmerizing. Cornstarch by itself is incredibly smooth and dry, but not so interesting. Add a little water and it becomes a fluid liquid that can be shaped, stacked drip by drip or molded to a form. Watch it for a moment and it magically transforms back into a puddle. We all know children like to feel things with their hands; cornstarch with water provides a safe, affordable and easy to clean substance that even adults will want to touch.
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