B is for Ball: Paper Pasting Activity

B is for Ball: Paper Pasting Activity

Here is the second letter in this series- B is for Ball: Paper Pasting Activity.

B is for Ball: Paper Pasting Activity

This simple art activity is best for preschool-aged children. Or even as young as toddlers! It can help them in the following areas:

  • learn about the letter Bb
  • foster creativity
  • develop fine motor skills
  • develop patience and perseverance

Simple Guidelines on How to Teach the Letter Bb:

  1. Play with a ball. Try dribbling if your child can already do it. On each bounce of the ball, make the sound for the letter Bb, /b/, /b/, /b/.
  2. Show the letter Bb flashcard. Click here for free alphabet flashcards.
  3. Do the B is for ball paper pasting activity.
  4. Practise writing the letter Bb. Click here for free tracing worksheets.

B is for Ball: Paper Pasting Activity

B is for Ball: Paper Pasting Activity

Materials:

  • outline of a ball
  • glue
  • colourful paper cut-outs

Directions:

  • Paste the paper cut-outs on the ball outline. Try to stay within the lines.

Teacher’s Note:

Children learn lessons faster when accompanied by a fun activity (e.g. playing with a ball, art and craft activities, games, etc.)

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B is for Ball: Paper Pasting Activity

Here are other free printable that might interest you:

Uppercase Letters Tracing Worksheets

Alphabet Wall Cards

Or just visit my Free Printable Page for more!

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