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Some Awesome ideas for letter study

Stick Letter Challenge - a great way to help your kids learn letters!

FREEBIE Students must match the uppercase letter on the squirrel to one of the three lowercase letter choices. Using a clothespin, students clip the correct answer.

use letter stamps and playdough to word on creating words and spelling.

Match clothespins with lower case letters on them to the capital letters on a paint stick in ABC order. #alphabet

Capital letter on white spoon - Lower case letter on clear spoon - match them up

Circular templates with upper or lowercase letters. Match clothespins to letters.

TODDLER TIME ACTIVITY: LETTER MATCH = these printable templates are a variation on the number match activity, but one set is slightly more complex because the child has to identify the first letter of the picture (eg, "A" is for Apple). Laminate the cards after printing, and write the corresponding letter on the clothespin.

The kids then dump them out on a table or on the floor and sort the letters by color. and then they spell each color word using the correct colored letters. As an extension, my little ones love to then write the color words using the correct color of crayon.