This past weekend we traveled back home (3 hours) to celebrate my grandmothers 82nd birthday! It was fantastic, however I spent just over an hour wedged between Hudson and Greyson’s car seats in the back of our vehicle. It was tight. I was feeding Hudson a bottle with my left hand and using my right hand to play Tic-Tac-Toe with Greyson.
On the way home from preschool this afternoon, I was wondering how much time I will be spending wedged between their car seats for this weekends trip. I decided that I would make some printable (that I would use my binder to put together) so that I would not have to draw any Tic-Tac-Toe boards on random pieces of paper.
I decided to also make some hangman worksheets. Though – I am not calling it hangman. It seems too harsh for a 4 year old. There is no reason I should be or he should be drawing a man “hanging”. It is disturbing. So I am calling it draw a man. You can all it whatever you’d like – it is the same exact concept as hangman just without the hanging.
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Each game has 11 pages of blank templates. You can print as many or as few as you’d like.
The Draw a Man games I included easy to draw stick figure samples of both a boy and a girl. In addition there is an alphabet key. The vowels are underlined – and there is plenty of space for you to cross off the letters the child guesses.
All you have to do is draw the lines underneath the frame.
I hope you all enjoy these!