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Make your own class lift-the-flap book! Kids LOVE a lift-the-flap book with their own picture in it. A great project for the beginning of the school year.

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So many amazing ideas! I love Syllable soup. I like how she had the kids write letters on individual papers and glue together to make their name counting.

Fun way to help your child compare the letters in their name and the name of friends or family.

Writing center. Have class names in a basket (and laminate)!

to help children who can't write their names independently - dotted font for gaps

"Name" Projects (to go with book, "A" My Name is Alice). Bind them all together into a book for the classroom library!

Super cute. Did it back in December with the mouse from "If You Take a Mouse to the Movies." Kids loved decorating "popcorn" to list adjectives to describe his personality and appearance! my version > www.greatfirstgra...

I like this idea for a character lesson. Make a big poster of the character and put sticky notes on it. Visual and active.

Picture/Name Card Activities 1. Sort into groups boys/girls 2. Match names that begin with the same letter 3. Match names that have the same number of letters 4. Put in order shortest to tallest 5. Use letter tiles/magnetic letters/foam letters/letter cubes etc. to build names

Chrysanthemum character study linked with the students' names. Great visual representation of number of letters in names all relating back to Chrysanthemum!