This super-easy alphabet craft offers great fine motor practice for older toddlers and preschoolers! We haven’t practiced “staying in the lines while coloring” a whole lot with Big Brother, mostly because I normally just give him a blank piece of paper and let him free-draw. I’m not a big fan of coloring books…I think my art education teacher in college brain-washed me. :)
Here’s what you’ll need: a white piece of construction paper, a black crayon, and scissors.
|1. Draw a “C” on the piece of white paper.|
|2. Add some cow spots (I’m a terrible artist).|
|3. Let your child start coloring the insides of the spots.|
|Big Brother was a little confused about what he was supposed to color and what he wasn’t, so I just drew tiny “x’s” on the inside of each of the spots so he would know where to color.|
|4. Cut out and enjoy!|