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    lower case letters written on clothespins, match to upper case cards.

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    • Ouisa Roberts

      Lowercase letters written on clothespins, match up with uppercase letter. Practice fine motor skills and letter recognition.

    • Michelle Hamilton

      lower case letters written on clothespins, match to upper case cards. -great for fine motor skills too--- A simpler version would simply be to have children put a plain clip on each letter for some one to one correspondence practice, another variation is to write uppercase letters on the clothespins and just do a "matching game"

    • Meghan Brown

      lower case letters written on clothespins, match to upper case cards. -great for fine motor skills too. I like this better than the spoons.

    • Jordan Moss

      lower case letters written on clothespins, match to upper case cards. -great for fine motor skills too. This seems like a great idea. I wonder if there are bigger clips though.

    • Rhedonda Casciere

      Alphabet game for toddlers-preschoolers Pin the lowercase to the uppercase letter

    • Brandy DeLude

      clothespin capital & lowercase matching letters...minilesson?

    • Arlene Olson (Black)

      clothespin letter matching from www.icanteachmychild.com

    • Nadene Becker

      capital & lowercase letters clothespin match game

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