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Kindergarten Smarts: simple letter learning idea with pegs

Driving a toy car on Road Letters, getting to know letters/ prewriting practice.

Rockabye Butterfly: Delightful D!

Lanier's Lions: Ten Pin Linky: Classroom Decor

Lanier's Lions: Ten Pin Linky: Classroom Decor

Peg people letters. Such a cute idea with the shoe box and matching letters.

An idea on Tuesday: Early Literacy Ideas

Inquiring Minds: Mrs. Myers' Kindergarten: Our Room: An Environment Created for Investigating

Match clothespins with lower case letters on them to the capital letters on a paint stick in ABC order. #alphabet

Primary Press: Workshops Are Working!

hide letters around the classroom and have them find them and put them back in order- read The Letters are Lost

Mrs. Lee's Kindergarten: The Letters Are Lost

For the letter of the week, use a pocket chart to put pictures of things beginning with that letter. Great reference for the kids when asked, "What is something that begins with the letter...?"

Growing in Pre K - Emergent Literacy

How we used our Melissa and Doug train set to practice proper letter formation.

Practicing Letter Formation With Toy Trains

Good to post in the Blocks Center - Alphabet using blocks and perspective.

Make Your Own Fabric Alphabet | All About Learning Press

Make Your Own Fabric Alphabet

AMAZING!! Free ABC resources. Matching cards, letter sound fluency, play-doh mats...Practicing phonics

Rockabye Butterfly: alphabet review

letter/sound cards - clip the right answer. (also other initial sound games and activities)

Rockabye Butterfly: Alphabet Review

Letter identification game. Could do something like this with sight words.

Preschool Co-op Week 7, Letter Nn

Alphabet Peg Dolls made from clothespins. A nice simple craft that would be great for letter recognition. I can see using them in a Library Storytime or during playtime with your child. And aren't they cute!!

What does it mean to let the children take the lead?

Making Learning Visible ~ How Children Learn