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This preschool activity allows you and your child to make your very own alphabet matching game. Your child will develop his memory and practice letter sounds.

Make an Alphabet Memory Game. I like the idea of using paint sample cards. Two sets of caps, one set lowercase.

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Activities: Alphabet Hunt: to make it even more fun have the kids write with a funny pen/pencil or wear special glasses to "help" them find the letters!

upper and lowercase roll the dice race (great for practicing letter formation without them noticing)

British Columbia Kindergarten Language Arts which Mm will win - literacy centre activity for recognizing capital / lowercase letters. make sheets for each letter of the week.

Cover games in contact paper and write targets on them with dry erase marker

Dig THIS idea: Modified Candy Land game: we played Candy Land like normal, but we had to say the sound the letter makes when we landed on it. Then we made it a bit more challenging.we had to think of a word that started with the letter we landed on.

'Post-It letters in your name game' - Hunt for the letter in their name & put them in order.

'Post-It letters in your name game' - Hunt for the letter in their name put them in order (good for individual work). Could do a post it with a letter on it for each student's name. They hunt for the letter that starts their name.

The Cookie Sheet ABC TEACH task - Free template

The Cookie Sheet Challenge

Must do this for our class--The Cookie Sheet Challenge! Using an old cookie sheet and some dollar store magnetic letters. Site has printable templates for you to use.

Don't let alphabet practice turn into catching zzz's. Paint up a zany Z zebra and inject a little excitement into learning letters.

'Z' is for Zebra! Activity

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