Preschool Card Writing Kids Activity

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When Mia first started preschool, they taught her how to write her name by tracing letters. It was important to me to practice at home in a fun and creative way. One time, we made briefcase treats for Dad, and this time, during a play date with her best friend, I had the girls make St. Patrick’s Day cards. These two always ask me to make a craft when they are here at my house (I wonder why?) and so I killed two birds with one stone by turning their craft into a Preschool Card Writing Kids Activity.

Here’s what I used:

  • Green Cardstock
  • Pencil
  • Markers or crayons
  • Glue Sticks
  • Pompoms
  • St. Patrick’s Day Stickers

I first folded the cards for the girls and used a pencil to dot out “Happy St. Patty’s Day” on the front and their names inside the card. I know I know! It’s not perfect (I was kind of in a hurry at the time)! I gave them to the girls and they traced them with their green markers.

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They also embellished their cards with stickers and glued on green pompoms.

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They were both so proud of each other, checking out each other’s creations. Mia decided to give hers to Becca’s Dad and Becca gave hers to her Mom.

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Practicing writing can be fun if you do it creatively, especially for three and a half years old! Consider doing it for any holiday or special occasion. Practice makes perfect!

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