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This year we are working on teaching Parker the letters in his name.Â Next year we will do the more traditional upper case alphabet learning.
Pulled out my alphabet stamps from Discount School Supply:
(Did you know that Discount School Supply has a Special Needs section?Â Oh, yes they do!)
I love how the lower case has blue handles, while the upper case sports red. And notice the little stickers that make it so much quicker to find the letter you are looking for?
Ready to learn!
Almost forgot to show you the over sized stamp pads we use! I’ll use green for the upper case P and yellow for the lower case letters.
Our OT is always complaining that I don’t give Parker enough activities to strengthen his hands by making his ‘fingers pop.’ I know have photographic evidence that I do.
The knobs on theses stamps are perfect for kids like Parker who are still trying to perfect the whole small motor skill thing.
Only the mother of a child with sensory issues would get the greatness of this picture. He’s investigating something that feels different.
And NOT freaking out.
(I use these in lots of different activities. This is just one of many!)
By the looks of it, Parker had a grand time with his alphabet stamps and stamp pads from Discount School Supply!
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The the legal-eze: I did NOT receive any money for this review. I really use all kinds of stuff from Discount School Supply. Discount School Supply sent me these items for free, because it’s kinda hard to write a review without actually have used the stuff you are reviewing. Oh, and I had oatmeal with raisins for breakfast this morning.
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