DD (9 in a month) seems to be more and more frozen by her perfectionism (we are working on it). She really wants to have a nice handwriting and wants to be able to write, but finds practicing irritating / annoying (her words).
Her handwriting is actually quite nice (but not very steady / developed), especially considering she put very little time into it--just a few minutes here and there, not on a regular basis. But she's afraid of making mistakes. I offered typing as an option, and this is not what she wantes right now.
She asked me to create something fun / cute and fairy related for her. She loved the 'fairy math' games that I did for her. All I can think about is writing little fairy poems, (as fairies and poems go together for me :lol:) but she is not into poetry. She also doesn't like copying things.
Here are my thoughts on this, but they are not coming together in any coherent way:
1. write special / magical words as messages for fairies; cute paper / pens
2. long term treasure hunt / hints (i give her riddles, she needs to write the answers, and this answers lead somewhere...? I comfuse myself here :lol:)
3. Fill in the blanks in a fairy story--I'd write a story, and she'd hand write some words?
(I thought about actual letters to fairies, but she finds letters in general overwhelming--has friends who would LOVE a letter, but she won't write...)
hmmm...I thought i had more ideas...
Anyone feeling more creative today? BTDT?