Easy.. Create each child's name on computer, put inside a sheet protector....when making their name-----make first letter green..green means go.. Last letter red.. Red means stop. Provide lots of capital and lowercase letters to manipulate. Write your own name or a friends name

Easy.. Create each child's name on computer, put inside a sheet protector....when making their name-----make first letter green..green means go.. Last letter red.. Red means stop. Provide lots of capital and lowercase letters to manipulate. Write your own name or a friends name

"Chrysanthemum" Back to School Activities. This is a good activity for students to do in the beginning of the year because they get to start learning counting and learn each others names.

"Chrysanthemum" Back to School Activities

"Chrysanthemum" Back to School Activities. This is a good activity for students to do in the beginning of the year because they get to start learning counting and learn each others names.

"Chrysanthemum" Back to School Activities. This is a good activity for students to do in the beginning of the year because they get to start learning counting and learn each others names.

"Chrysanthemum" Back to School Activities

"Chrysanthemum" Back to School Activities. This is a good activity for students to do in the beginning of the year because they get to start learning counting and learn each others names.

Name Letter Hunt Freebie Worksheet! Student color the letters in their name-cute way to get the recognizing letters!

Name Letter Hunt Freebie Worksheet! Student color the letters in their name-cute way to get the recognizing letters!

Name graph.  Math and Literacy combined activity.  As children grow developmentally can do same activity with last names.  Great for learning about graphing!  You could definitely adapt for each grade level depending upon the skill being used (i.e. you could have 4th or 5th graders create line plots, pie charts, etc.)

Name graph. Math and Literacy combined activity. As children grow developmentally can do same activity with last names. Great for learning about graphing! You could definitely adapt for each grade level depending upon the skill being used (i.e. you could have 4th or 5th graders create line plots, pie charts, etc.)

Write the child's name in yellow highlighter, then have them choose a different bingo dabbler to dab each letter of their name. This really helps with letter formation and letter identification ( so important to identify the letters in their name for kdg readiness)

Write the child's name in yellow highlighter, then have them choose a different bingo dabbler to dab each letter of their name. This really helps with letter formation and letter identification ( so important to identify the letters in their name for kdg readiness)

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