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Letter recognition

Children choose a letter out of a bucket and dab it with a bingo marker. (Different colour for each letter.) Good for letter recognition. Do something similar with numbers 1 through 10 or Can add pictures for sound recognition also

Race to the Top is a fun game that can be adapted for many different skills and levels. You can use these types of games to practice letter recognition, sight words, or even numbers.

Spring Race to the Top Game

Race to the Top is a fun game that can be adapted for many different skills and levels. You can use these types of games to practice letter recognition, sight words, or even numbers. I like this for letter recognition at the beginning of the year!

Alphabet Squish! A great tactile way to reinforce letter recognition...and super fun!

Alphabet Squish

I love this idea! Sensory activity that can be used not only for letter recognition but making the sound of the letter or letters as they squish them. Another awesome idea from Jenae at I Can Teach My Child.

Great idea for letter recognition and matching for a roadtrip or a campout.

Great idea for letter recognition and matching for a roadtrip or a campout. Kids can match the letters.( identifying similar letters) (Baking With Kids Learning)

Kindergarten RTI: Letter Identification & Recognition. Very cool letter book. Lexi is no where CLOSE to Kindergarten, but this is perfect for her level right now. This would def keep her happy on the road trips too.

Kindergarten RTI: Letter Identification & Recognition

Another pinner: Kindergarten RTI: Letter Identification & Recognition. Very cool letter book. Lexi is no where CLOSE to Kindergarten, but this is perfect for her level right now. This would def keep her happy on the road trips too.

Button Sorting Cups - What a brilliant idea for your toddler/preschooler! Adding this to our collection of activities to promote fine-motor skills and color recognition! ≈≈

Button Sorting Cups - What a brilliant idea for your toddler/preschooler! Adding this to our collection of activities to promote fine-motor skills and color recognition! ≈≈ Translation and sorting

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