Letter Crafts - Uppercase & Lowercase
Monday is officially our first day of the new school year, and I can hardly wait! This year, I will be working with Super Tot on learning his letters. We will be doing one new letter each week, and having a review week every 6 weeks. I have always loved the letter crafts that I have seen on various blogs, and I knew I wanted to incorporate that concept into our lessons. Some of the crafts I have seen use the letters at different angles, which I thought might confuse Super Tot during the time…
Interactive Alphabet Notebook (Uppercase Alphabet Letters | Distance Learning)
This interactive alphabet notebook is perfect for teaching the alphabet to children. Children will make a craft for each letter, write their letters, and cut and paste different pictures that match the letter.
Interactive Lowercase Alphabet Notebook - Crafty Bee Creations
The Lowercase Interactive Alphabet Notebook is here! Great for letter recognition and writing while making a fun letter craft. Includes 3 different right side layouts and is great for a wide range of ages.
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Cats #cattattoo #catsketch #lovecat #drawing #drawingtattoo #sketchtattoo #madart #madarttattoo #minimaltattoo #catminimal #gattidivertenti | Artist: Maddy
Interactive Alphabet Notebook 2 (Coronavirus Distance Learning)
This Interactive Alphabet Notebook is perfect for working on letter recognition and writing with preschool and kindergarten students. The letter crafts also help with the fine motor skills of cutting with scissors and gluing. Includes all 26 letters and promises a ton of fun!
T is for train.
T is for train and train tracks. Jack really loved working on this letter. Jack asked to make T look like a train track with a train on it - similar to the one in the book Freight Train by Donald Crews. I especially love Jack's rainbow colored train wheels! P.S. I must say that the speech-language pathologist in me is feeling a little guilty about this letter since the word train actually begins with the consonant blend tr- and not the t sound. I thought I would make a note of this so that…