L is for lines. Learning about the sound of the letter L was a fun experience as we played games on lines taped to the carpet and traced lines on the light table… The children arrived at preschool one morning to find lines taped to our carpet. They were instantly intrigued. “What are these for?” They asked. Deborah told them that they were lines. I Can Line Up! Exploring Lines with a Story We began our day by reading The Line Up Book” by Marisabina Russo. An Interactive Game with Lines After reading our book, Deborah invited the children to stand up and play a game on our tape lines. Building Gross Motor Skills After the game of follow the leader was complete, the children moved to the outer edges of the lines. Light Exploration with Lines Next, we moved on to our centers. Pre-writing Skills Tracing lines on the light table promotes hand-eye coordination, as well as pre-writing skills.
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