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Stay At Home Educatorfrom Stay At Home Educator

Preschool Co-op Week 9 - Friendship Theme

Rainbow Letter Identification Game - fun letter identification racing game. Roll a dice with lower-case letters on & match that lower-case letter with it’s capital letter to reach the top of the board (",)

Hands On As We Growfrom Hands On As We Grow

Find the Letter & Swat It! Active Way for Learning Letters!

Find the Letter & Swat It! Since there is no benefit to young children knowing letter names, I'd use letter sounds {phonograms} instead!

Happy Brown Housefrom Happy Brown House

Parking Lot Game {Free Printable}

Materials: 10 cars, mat, and dice. Roll the dice and whatever number you get the parking spot you put your car on. The first person to fill up their parking lot "wins".

Mess for Lessfrom Mess for Less

Counting Game with Buttons and Muffin Cups

Mess For Less: Counting Game with Buttons and Muffin Cups... Use one muffin tin for all types of sorting activities just switch out cupcake liners

alphabet activities. LETTER RECOGNITION put letters in a bag they cannot look into. a student will reach into a bag, and place the letter on the board. Students will cross out or highlight the letter that was chosen.

Number recognition activity! This really helps my students learn numbers and is great for small groups and students who struggle to learn their numbers!

Pre-K Pagesfrom Pre-K Pages

Spring Race to the Top Game

spring sight word race to the top (adapt for number recognition)

Stay At Home Educatorfrom Stay At Home Educator

Preschool Co-op Week 7, Letter Nn

Letter identification game

Letter identification! Hunt for letters in magazines, cut and glue (printable)

Playdough To Platofrom Playdough To Plato

Climb to the Top

So when a first grader I tutor was struggling to memorize sight words a little while back, I made it my personal mission to design several entertaining sight word games that were both entertaining AND effective. Hands down, one of her favorite activities from the bunch was this high energy die game I call “Climb to the Top”.