Children should first learn how to roll the playdough then attempt to curve or

Children should first learn how to roll the playdough

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Children should first learn how to roll the playdough then attempt to curve or straighten it to make letters. Evaluation How did the child learn how to play with the playdough today? In this activity I chose to make it so that it will fit children between the ages of four and five-years old and for the State standard I chose The National Association for the Education of Young Children (1986) Early childhood teacher education guidelines for four and five-year programs. Washington, D.C In this activity I like that I chose playdough because most kids enjoy playing with it and they like how it feels and how they can squeeze it and bent it into smaller pieces. For this activity I enjoy playing with my kids in the classroom because it helps them think outside the box and help them with their creativity. They get to make different things with the playdough and they get to make letters and learn how to curve the playdough so they can make letters like the Q, O, R, or S. I like to grab place mates that have large letters on them and I help my kids take out small
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Curriculum Development; Assignment 4 5 chunks of playdough roll it up and place the playdough over the letter so it can look like they are tracing over it. This activity helps them identify each letter and learn that each letter is different and that some have curves and others are straight.
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