Educational Crafts for Kids

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Let me tell you, learning how to be a teacher from home has been one of the most difficult things I’ve done. I am constantly trying to think of ways to make learning fun for my students. I was lucky enough to receive a Circuit Joy from the folks of @officialcricut and I got right to work on some education crafts.

Today, I’d like to share with you a fun and quick #quarantinecrafts you can make at home.
I took some of the high-frequency words from our Kindergarten list and typed them up on chunky readable font. I choose reusable vinyl to cut these letters so that this craft would be long-lasting.

Here’s how you play: After you cut out the words stick them on the wall or a non-tacky surface. I made sure the words were cut out in different colors so as not to confuse my students.
I mixed up the letters so that they don’t clearly spell out the sight word. Then, I ask the students what do they think the mixed up word spells. I then ask them to spell the word correctly to see if they are correct.

This is a great way to get some educational practice, practice fine motor skills, and have a little fun.

You can check out my step by step process over at : What kind of homemade games or crafts are you doing during quarantine? #cricutteacher #cricutcreated