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Easy.. Create each child's name on computer, put inside a sheet protector....when making their name-----make first letter green..green means go.. Last letter red.. Red means stop. Provide lots of capital and lowercase letters to manipulate. Write your own name or a friends name

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Stay At Home Educatorfrom Stay At Home Educator

Bang!...the Letter Identification Game and It's Variation

A simply DIY game, able to be differentiated- can identify letter to keep stick, can identify sound to keep stick, or can find upper-lower case matches to keep. Object: end up with the most sticks. :)

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Alphabet Museum

Alphabet museum. Collections of found objects beginning with each letter. Could use for just short vowel sounds

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Fun-A-Day!from Fun-A-Day!

Teaching Children about Letters

Sorting magnetic letters.

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A Multi-Tasking Activity

A Multi-Tasking Activity Gross motor skills and letter recognition. You can use the same idea for sight word recognition.

Name graph. Math and Literacy combined activity. As children grow developmentally can do same activity with last names. Great for learning about graphing! You could definitely adapt for each grade level depending upon the skill being used (i.e. you could have 4th or 5th graders create line plots, pie charts, etc.)

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"I Have, Who Has?" Alphabet

I Have, Who Has? Alphabet. Great for kindergarten! Learn letter names or letter sounds. Available in French.

Hands-on activities for learning letters and sounds that can be used over and over again!

Mess for Lessfrom Mess for Less

Shape Sorting for Toddlers

Shape Sorting Activities for Toddlers from Minne Mama

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Spring Race to the Top Game

Race to the Top is a fun game that can be adapted for many different skills and levels. You can use these types of games to practice letter recognition, sight words, or even numbers.

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Easy and Fun Activities for Teaching Colors

Teaching colour: colour wheel sorting and other activities, DIY activities, open ended, Reggio, Montessori www.naturalbeachliving.com