Alphabet Spoons-put upper case letter on white, lower case letter on clear then kids match!

Capital letter on white spoon - Lower case letter on clear spoon - match them up. You could put the lower case letter on the back of the white spoon to help out the younger kids, then take it off later in the school year.

Alphabet Sounds Fishing and Matching game

Alphabet Sounds Fishing and Matching game

Alphabet Sounds Fishing and Matching game. Use ping-pong balls to practise letter names and sounds with a fun fishing and matching game for pre-schoolers!

ABC Match up. I see the team building potential here..

Literacy Center Idea: Lay out a complete alphabet with letter cards, then let kids sort letters to match. Use letter tiles from games, plastic/magnetic letters, by marsha

Preschool Letter Recognition Activities - Matching Upper and Lowercase Letters using paper cups, and lots of other fun activities.

Preschool Letter Recognition Activities

Such a good idea: phonics. Why didn't I ever think of this? Love this.

Plastic Egg Word Families - for teaching rhyme and word beginnings/endings. They just spin one side of the egg for different words.

Dump Truck Alphabet Rocks Activity

Dump Truck Alphabet Rocks Activity

Numbers and dice Letter of week Learn letters with a dump truck and alphabet rocks! A fun alphabet activity! ABC's and transportation rolled into one for preschool, pre-k and toddlers

Free printable ice cream alphabet cards for this super simple writing tray filled with sprinkles! Practice pre-writing and fine motor skills.

Ice Cream & Sprinkles Alphabet Writing Practice

Free printable ice cream alphabet writing practice cards for this super simple sprinkle filled writing tray! Practice pre-writing and fine motor skills.

Phonics game- rearrange the sounds around to make the word. Sounds made from plastic plant labels!

FINE MOTOR: Phonics game- rearrange the sounds around to make the word. Sounds made from plastic plant labels!

Matching letters with the base to make words. Great for phonics!

An interactive activity which involves students choose individual blocks with single letters on to build a word which is spelt out on a singular block. Great for practising phonics with younger pupils.

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