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Write the alphabet on a cookie sheet, provide magnetic letters to match. You could even write the lower case letters and have them match the upper case letters to them!

Uppercase & lowercase matching activity. (1) From: The Hill Family (2) Follow On Pinterest > Erin Hill

Finding the Teachable Moments: What Does My Child Need to Learn? (Age 2- Grade 2 Learning Objectives)

Quieter version of wooden blocks with nice colours and many different shapes! I like this idea because you can cut the sponges into whichever shapes you want to make the "blocks" diverse. It's a very open ended activity with many possibilities to create different constructions. Also can be a great material for water tables!

matching numbers

The earlier you get them started the better. ~ Alphabet do-a-dot letters & lots of other toddler activities ~

Matching nuts and bolts - pull the boys into a fine motor activity

An oil pan from Wal-Mart becomes a magnetic board! Another idea: paint with chalkboard paint to double its uses!

Match the letters

Alphabet activities: Alphabet Fuse Bead Busy Bags - Learn your letters

7 preschool activities to teach the alphabet in fun and hands-on activities that children love and they don't realize they are learning. | www.teachersofgoodthings.com

Tons of crafts for each letter of the alphabet.

Letter Matching

Love this super cute interactive alphabet notebook!

Free "find the letter" alphabet worksheets! Get them for uppercase, lowercase, and both!

Capital and lower case letter practice

Button Sorting Cups - matching and fine motor skills activity for young kids

DIY zipper board for kids. Great for fine motor and sensory development.

Letter Pops- For a few dollars and a few minutes you can create some great LETTER POPS for your classroom. You will need a set of magnetic letters and jumbo craft sticks. Glue a magnetic letter to each craft stick. (I LOVE E6000 glue that you can get at Walmart or hobby stores.) Pass these out to the children to hold up as you sing alphabet songs, such as “Alphardy,” “Who Let the Letters Out?” “Letter Pops”, etc.

Montessori Alphabet Objects Lot In Case by CuriousMindsBusyBags

Great fine motor activity that also works on number recognition and matching. Instead of numbers you could also write letter on the sticks and box.