5 Hands On Summer Literacy Activities

Welcome back for another Hands On Play Party. This week, I have been very busy sharing our Simple Sensory Play Series as part of the Sensory Play Blog Hop with several other bloggers so I haven’t had a lot of time to gather our activities together for you this week. However, I have been bit by the summer bug and have been looking for ways to make summer learning fun and hands on. After gathering 20 Summer Science Experiments, I thought today would be fun to feature 5 Literacy Activities that make summer learning fun!

summer literacy activity

Avoid the summer slide with these simple literacy activity to keep it simple, fun and engaging over the summer. Check out these 5 activities from some of my favorite bloggers.

letterpress toast collage

Letter Press Toast | Munchkins and Moms

Sight Word Races

Sight Word Races | P is for Preschooler

Summer Bath Fun

Summer Bath Literacy | Growing Book by Book

Letter Formations

DIY Letter Construction | Lemon Lime Adventures

Letter Sensory Bin

Letter Sensory Bin | Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds

For More Hands On Summer Activities

Math, Science and Literacy Activities, Summer Fun and Yummy Summer Recipes

Follow Dayna :: Lemon Lime Adventures’s board Summertime! Laugh, Learn, Play on Pinterest.

NOW IT’S TIME FOR THE HANDS ON PLAY PARTY!

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Sticky paper toss game from P is for Preschooler
Little Bins for Little Hands
Stir the Wonder

 

HandsOnPinterest

Follow Little Bins For Little Hands’s board Hands On Play Activities for Kids on Pinterest.

ITS YOUR TURN TO SHOW US YOUR HANDS-ON PLAY IDEAS.

Do you have a favorite Hands On Play Idea? How do you encourage hands on learning? I can’t wait to see! Connect with me on FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestInstagram or subscribe by email. I can’t wait to hear your ideas.

 


 

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