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Alphabet/motor skill/ sensory bin Find the abc, find in order, or by the sounds Little Hands, Big Work: Letter Search

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Learning to Count Activity

This counting activity involves reading and sharing the story Elmer’s First Counting Book. Followed by a count and match the number activity using coloured squares that imitate the colourful patches on Elmer the Elephant from the book.

put letter on black construction paper and sit in sun. After several hours remove letters and laminate paper for reuse.

DIY salt tray with alphabet cards. Easy to make and kids have fun smoothing out the salt after correctly making the letter

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Preschool Math with Beads

Preschool math with beads ... did this, but did thick string instead of pipe cleaners to make it a little more challenging for a 4 year old

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DIY Write and Wipe Preschool Worksheets (she: Chelsea

Write and wipe worksheets. So smart! She provides a link for the print outs with different choices for the letters.

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Free Alphabet Tracing Cards

See Jamie Teach Homeschool: Alphabet Tracing Cards -Free Printable #preschool

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A Multi-Tasking Activity

letter toss game - working on balance, visual motor control and letter recognition.

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Counting and Measuring with Lego: Preschool Maths Game

Counting and Measuring with Lego: Preschool Maths Game - match lego number to lego w/number of dots)

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{Early Literacy Stage 4} Lowercase Letter Recognition

Letter Recognition & Other letter work

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Promote Fine Motor Skills with 30 Materials & Activities

Great fine motor activities for preschool age children.

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Alphabet Match

Alphabet Match using bottle caps, foam letter stickers and construction paper. Focus: uppercase-lowercase matching.

Mrs. Karen's Preschool Ideas: Dr. Seuss edci505 I selected this activity because it is a great way to teach counting and number recognition