Love the different textures. Fall alphabet activity. Great for fine motor too. Perfect activity to do with Fancy Nancy's Favorite Words Accessories to Zany or Thanksgiving Banquet books.

Felt Leaf Letter Match - Alphabet Activity

fall letter matching activity - easy and cheap to make using clothespins and felt leaves. Also helps with fine motor skills!

Get your kids moving and rhyming with this easy to set up rhyming game.

Find & Rhyme - Gross Motor Rhyming Game

Find and Rhyme - Active Game, Simple to Make! (Thanks to No Time for Flash Cards for the great idea! Since my kids aren't of reading age yet, but love to make rhymes, I could put pictures on the plates, and they could rhyme the pictures

Sound Muncher:  Put pictures/flashcards inside when teaching a new letter, for the kids to pull out. Put 3D letters into him and the kids have to put their hands in and guess what letter they can feel or "feed" him pictures of words beginning with a particular letter. He has so many uses!

Sound Muncher: Put pictures/flashcards inside when teaching a new letter, for the kids to pull out. Other times, we "feed" him pictures of words beginning with a particular letter.

a leafy outdoor alphabet letter hunt gets kids moving and grooving and having fun with letters

leafy, outdoor alphabet letter hunt

Leafy outdoor ABC hunt - get kids moving and grooving outside in the name of cool and creative letter learning.

Jolly Phonics challenge table.

Jolly Phonics challenge table // Could be an interesting way to begin arranging materials for a phonics centre

Love her ideas! So cute!

Match the uppercase magnetic letter in their hand to its lowercase letter on the easel. Laminate lowercase letters and I put magnets on to save time writing

Place the letters into the mixing bowl and have the students help you stir the alphabet soup. Each student then gets a turn the dip a letter or letters into their soup bowls. After they dip they identify the letters, letter sounds or both

Preschool-Place the letters into the mixing bowl and have the students help you stir the alphabet soup. Each student then gets a turn the dip a letter or letters into their soup bowls. After they dip they identify the letters, letter sounds or both

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