Preschool alphabet activities
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Use letter activities like alphabet collages or letter mats to help kids learn letter recognition and to reinforce letter-sound associations. Here are over 200 material ideas that you can use for your
I thought it was time to share some alphabet activities for preschoolers. Alphabet activities and How Wee Learn definitely seem to go hand in hand! I have shared with you oodles of letter activities before AND a (rather lengthy) post about why I don't actually suggest teaching letters in ABC order. But I have not
Sara Frazier saved to Homeschooling
Learn uppercase and lowercase letters with this fun interactive game that you can make out of recycled cardboard!
Karen Moore saved to classroom
Develop fine motor skills and letter recognition with this easy DIY activity. Preschoolers will love learning the alphabet as they peel and match the stickers. This puzzles takes 5 minutes to set up and makes a fantastic rainy day or busy bag activity. #finemotor #prechooler #literacy #letters #alphabet #rainyday #busybag
These FREE editable name mats provide hands-on name practice for preschool and kindergarten. Help little ones learn to write their names while having fun!
Jennifer Gasque saved to 4K Class
Need help for the first day of Kindergarten? Take a deep breathe and lets get the year started off the right way! You can do this... we can help.
Basma A.E.S saved to first day for kids
This "Kaboom!" preschool alphabet game is so simple, costs almost nothing to make, and it can be adapted to learn practically anything.
Kari Falk saved to pre school
Camilla Mostardeiro saved to Tina exercises
In the classroom, we want students to have various writing tools and surfaces to practice writing letters and numbers. Students need repeated, engaging, and varied exposure and practice with letters. If we make writing fun and engaging, they will fall in love with writing and letters! If we make it boring with worksheets, they will hate writing and dread it.
glenna wile saved to Preschool learning