More Lid Games
Each year I put a LARGE empty container in the front of my room! My students bring in lids and then based on the lids they bring me I create games for my classroom. Lids are FREE and easy for little hands to manipulate them. Before I create games with the lids, we have a math lesson with them. We count them, sort them, graph, compare, ect.... Gumball Game: 1 piece of 12 x 12 paper, lamination scraps, alphabet photos sticker (mine are from Lakeshore) and the alphabet letters written on lids…
Alphabet Matching Game
My oldest is great at identifying his uppercase letters, but we haven't spent very much time learning lowercase letters. To help him with this, I came up with a game to match uppercase letters with
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Upper and lower case letters in the salt tray
My pre-k class has made some wonderful progress on their letter recognition and writing this year and one way we explore the writing of our upper and lower case letters is through this simple salt tray activity... I already shared this salt