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Two handed activity to help with letter formations. Stick in the order the letter should be written.

from Inspiration Made Simple

Uppercase/Lowercase Letter Matching Game

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Toddler Approved!: The ABC's of Toddler Activities {A through E}

Make a maze to follow the number (or letter, sight word, shape, color, etc) from start to finish. A fun number maze to reinforce number recognition.

from Totschooling - Toddler and Preschool Educational Printable Activities

Free Halloween Printable Pack for Toddlers & PreK

Free printable candy corn math game using dice and candy, for kids to practice counting and number recognition. Great for the Fall season or around Halloween.

Kids can use pattern blocks to learn their letters while developing their fine motor skills at the same time. Post includes links to free pattern block templates to use with your kids. || Gift of Curiosity

21 pages of Fire Fighter Do-a-Dot Worksheets to help kids ages 2-6 work on one-to-one correspondence, shapes, colors, patterning, letters, and numbers.

Put word stars on the ceiling and play "I Spy" with flashlights. Challenge the children to find the star that matches your clue. Maybe creative way to review sight words.