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This letter hunt and sort activity was a big hit! It was also a great way to develop scissor skills while learning to recognize letters. It was very quick and easy to set up, but he extremely effective! *This post contains affiliate links.

from Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls

The BEST Math and Literacy Learning Activities for Preschoolers

Here is a huge collection of our favorite math and literacy learning activities for preschoolers (3 and 4 year olds).  So many ideas for hands-on learning and play! Literacy Activities Go on a Detective Alphabet Hunt – Hunt for letters with a magnifying glass, and then check them off on your list. Alphabet Bingo Game...Read More »

from No Time For Flash Cards

Letter Sorting Tree Alphabet Activity

Letter Sorting Tree Alphabet For Starters. If you don't have the paper draw a tree on a white/chalk board and use magnetic letters. There are so many ways to adapt this idea to other concepts (any activity with simple sorting).

from PreKinders

Learning Letter Sounds

mystery letter bag-Three objects beginning with the same letter are placed in a bag. The leader pulls each item out of the bag, names each item, and the class guesses the mystery letter.

from Teachers Pay Teachers

Flower Pot ABC and Initial Sound Matching

from Parents

Alphabet Museum

Alphabet Museum: Here's a hands-on way to boost early literacy skills. Simply raid your pantry for boxes, line them with colorful printouts on card stock, and start playing!

from Fun-A-Day!

Magnetic Letters - Sorting as a Way to Teach the Alphabet

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