This fun literacy activity gives little preschool fingers a big workout while also exploring beginnings sounds!
This activity is easy to set up to do in pairs or as an individual activity.
Simply print, laminate (optional for durability), cut, and set out with some clothespins or markers.
Learning to recognize beginning sounds is an important pre-reading skill for preschoolers and kindergartners.
These A-Z Photo Clip Cards feature real photos of objects and animals from A to Z!
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Our names are important to us. For many Children, the letters in their names will be the very first ones they learn how to write.
In this post, you will find tips to help children recognize, spell, and eventually write their names. You'll want to give the children in your care many opportunities to see and practice spelling their name. There are so many fun ways to practice this skill!
Invite your preschooler to learn and build CVC words!
Learning Consonant Vowel Consonant words are some of the first words that young children begin to learn.
Pair these literacy printables with magnet letters for endless hands-on fun!
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