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Dry erase traceable letters..Great for restaurants or on-the-go!

Love this - Dry erase traceable letters.Great for restaurants or on-the-go! Dry erase crayons or wet erase markers.

Love this idea ... writing practice (great motivation forwho my little one loves naming people / things).

Family Name Tracing Book can incorporate families by asking for photos while having students write names

I love this.  What a great way to practice writing letters without wasting tons of paper.  It would be great for a center.

Practice writing ABCs without wasting paper . although I wouldn't say learning to write was 'Wasting' paper :)

Colour recognition n fine motor skills

DIY color matching activity for preschoolers or autism therapy--paint chips, paint stick, and clothes pins--FREE One paint stick per color. Lots of clothes pins in each color for sorting and fine motor practice!

Is that a pencil case? I like the self-contained sand activity idea- easy to close and store.

literacy center sight word activities- put the sand in a pencil box for easy upkeep and clean up! NOTE: this only works with a thin layer of sand. If you put too much the writing doesn't show up. It went over okay with my kids, not their favorite

Preschoool Songbook Printable. 45 children's songs to print out and put together your own little book.

I want to do this with Spanish songs Preschool Songbook Printable. 45 children's songs to print out and put together your own little book.

diy dry erase "boards" using plastic sleeves

DIY Write and Wipe Preschool Worksheets (she: Chelsea

Printable worksheets in a three ring binder in sheet protectors. Use dry erase markers on the sheet protectors and wipe them right off when you are done.

LOVE this idea!  Sort and match magnetic letters around the table.

Literacy Center Idea: Lay out a complete alphabet with letter cards, then let kids sort letters to match. Use letter tiles from games, plastic/magnetic letters, by marsha

17 Amazing Alphabet Activities & TGIF

Feed the Alphabet Monster: Repurpose bottle caps for this alphabet activity! Children will identify letters as they feed the alphabet monster.