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What a great idea! You could use this for math facts, word families (making stacks of scoops), pictures/words... oh, the possibilities!

I have seen this site before, and have been SEARCHING for it - somehow stumbled upon it today! YAY! This lady is a genius for at home activities with kiddos. Love ALL her ideas!

Letter Of The Week Crafts - just one part of learning and playing with letters. When did your child start showing interest in letters?

End of the Year Advice Book for your next year's class from THIS year's class. GREAT idea!

Letter Crowns >> Cut and paste alphabet pictures to match letter and then wear the crown >> Fun and interactive way to learn letter recognition and letter and sound association.

I haven't spent a lot of time on this blog yet, but there are already two things I love about it: its name "No Time for Flash Cards" and the fact that part of the letter "M" unit includes making a Matisse collage.

Snowman craft that works on letter recognition too. { Great first step to literacy, having fun with letters}

ABC Match up. I did this today, but first taught it whole group. Laid out about 12 letters on our area rug and each child closed their eyes and took turns picking out a letter from the letter tub. Then I was able to put this activity in a center and they loved it!

Home #Preschool Year in Review from {1plus1plus1} Carisa ~ ALL preschool blog posts linked in order, easily see the entire year!

good to do when baby comes / prepare ahead****best post i've seen so far on fun PLAY ways to learn letters. this lady focuses a lot on not drilling your younger kids with their learning, but rather letting them learn through play. *****

Sponge blocks. You could also cut different shapes for a soft, colorful block set. You could even use these in the tub.