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Learn the alphabet-or decorate fancy letters-with this vanishing act! Crayola® Erasable Colored Pencils lend a new spin to writing and spelling.
Find examples of alphabet letters in newspapers, books, magazines, catalogs, on alphabet blocks, or other places. Sing the alphabet song if you like. Can you match each letter name to its symbol?
On white paper, color a large patch with a Crayola Erasable Colored Pencils.
Chose a letter that you want to learn to write or decorate. It might be the letter that your name starts with or a pet's name, for example. Use the eraser end of the Colored Pencils, rub away the shape of the letter in the color patch. If you're not sure about the letter's shape, ask someone. Be sure to make capital letters at the beginning of people's names, and use lower-case letters for the rest of the name.
Outline or fill in the letter with a contrasting color if you wish. Add decorations around the edges of your color patches, too. Write as many letters of the alphabet as you like. You could make alphabet blocks with your initials, spell words, or create an ABC quilt with your patches.
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