Take learning fun on-the-go this summer with my engaging Dry-Erase Summer Binder for preschoolers.
This set is packed with learning activities that can easily slip into a binder and are ready to use with a dry-erase marker.
Invite your child 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!
These ABC clip cards are a fun way to learn and practice matching uppercase and lowercase letters!
Easily set up this activity by printing, laminating, and then setting out with clothespins or markers.
Children use a clothespin (or marker) to mark the matching lowercase letter on the bottom of each card to the uppercase letter on the top.
This set is great to keep in your literacy center all year long. Set out during assessments to naturally assess letter knowledge when children engage in this activity.
This 10-page printable pack includes a card for each letter of the alphabet. Also included: TOS, Graphics Credit, and Directions.
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Learning to identify letters is an important skill for preschoolers to learn. This fun hands-on activity gives supports preschoolers in both literacy and math development.
Learn all about letters with this Alphabet Formation Pack!
This pack can be used to support preschoolers in learning letter formation, letter recognition, lowercase/uppercase letter association, beginning phonemes and more!
Learning to form letters using manipulatives and tracing helps preschoolers develop the arm and hand strength and dexterity needed for writing.
These Alphabet Formation Mats can be used in a variety of ways to help prepare children for writing! See just a few creative uses for these mats below.
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Identifying the letters in the alphabet, and learning how letters are formed is an important early literacy skill. Long before picking up a pencil preschoolers need to have strong fingers, hands, and a strong core before they even begin to print letters. These developed skills will make it easier for them to maintain a proper posture, pencil grip, and sustain a writing activity when they are finally ready to start printing.
Needless to say, learning about letters and letter formation doesn't have to wait! Below I've pulled together some of my favorite hands on ways to learn letters, that use low cost materials that can be found around your classroom, or home.
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