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  • Stephanie Hillis

    Letter Matching Game for Your Kids using plastic easter eggs Perfect for H and learning the lower case letters!!

  • Astin Sibbernsen

    match the upper case letter with the lower case letter. what a cute idea!

  • Katterina Verastegui

    matching upper and lower case letters on plastic eggs. A great way to use old easter eggs.

  • Leah Knobloch

    teach kids to match upper and lower case letters

  • Kelsi Hoover

    @ Kathy Zimmerman - Matching letters...cute (and cheap) idea for a center. I'd probably use this for cursive or multiplication facts.

  • Bonnie Taylor

    Kindergarten letter recognition using easter eggs. This helps children match upper case letters with their lower case pair. Meets Common Core ELA STandard RF. K.1: Demonstrate understanding of the organization and basic features of print.

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