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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. *****

Taking turns, each child (or child and parent) pulls a card from the container and reads the letter. They place the letter in their pile, and the next person draws a card. If the word "BANG" is drawn, that person must put all of their cards back into the bucket. The person with the most cards at the end of the game wins.

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

Preschool Center: Do-a-dot letter recognition and visual scanning. Could do races in small groups to identify letters quickly (with older students), use pages with larger font size and fewer letters for younger children.

Fine motor strengthening, letter recognition and spelling in one easy to make activity.

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Fruity Cheerio sorting activity with free printable.

LOVE this mail sorting, learning fun. Evalyn loves to pretend to deliver mail, and she'd love the sorting too. Thanks Allison @ No Time For Flash Cards!