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      Mrs. Kelly's Kindergarten... the ramblings of a kindergarten teacher. This site has LOTS of good ideas.

    • Ignacia Boersma

      Mrs. Kelly's Kindergarten: math centers. Letter Finders- I used paint chips (free from Lowes) and wrote letters on them. I envision the kids looking through books and using these to find letters. I plan on hooking them all together with a flashcard ring. Make a small letter set and a number set, too.

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      Clever letter finders made from paint chips. Go on a hunt to find alphabet letters around the room. Or use to match upper and lowercase letters

    • Jeff Hardin

      This site has some great ideas... I love this one... Use paint chips and place a letter on it. The learners can then use them to find the letters in a book or around the room.

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