Art and Early Writing
Art and Early Writing are strongly tied to one another. All that drawing and scribbling is preparation and practice for the day when she'll be able to write with a pen or pencil. When your child's not "writing," her scribbled drawings are looking more and more like what they're meant to represent. This is a good time to introduce letters and numbers in a tactile way, such as cutting them out of sandpaper. By making them from a rougher material your child can trace, she'll be developing muscle memory for the letters every time she uses her tactile alphabet.
Has your child achieved the following Early Writing developmental milestones yet? If yes, check off all the skill(s) she has already mastered to date!