So cute. I'd like to make this with upper case and lower case letters on the socks. There's a pattern for the socks on the site.

Izzie, Mac and Me: Storytime From A-Z: Fox In Socks I think we could do this purely as a matching game, not necessarily with the letter X

Simple preschool color matching activity that will also work on fine motor skills -- pushing colored popsicle sticks into an old coffee can!

Simple preschool color matching activity that will also work on fine motor skills -- pushing colored popsicle sticks into an old coffee can! This activity not only develop cognitive skills, but and fine motor

Alphabet museum. Collections of found objects beginning with each letter.

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Alphabet museum: Inspired by Montessori alphabet boxes. Imagine the buzz when your students come into the classroomroom and discover a new item in the museum, or two items that have switched places overnight . excitement in learning!

Letter race! Roll the dice and more your pom pom along to the end!

Preschool Co-op Week 9 - Friendship Theme

Homework race to the top? or Rainbow Letter Identification Game - fun letter identification racing game. Roll a dice with lower-case letters on & match that lower-case letter with it’s capital letter to reach the top of the board (",)

Alphabet Parking Lot: Matching Capital and Lowercase Letters

Alphabet Parking Lot: Matching Capital and Lowercase Letters

Alphabet Parking Lot: Matching capital and lowercase letters using toy cars. What kid doesn't love toy cars?

sand tray for literacy... Cards can go inside tray to scaffold learning, also using a medium that raises the written letter up so children can feel first then trace in sand

19 Ridiculously Simple DIYs Every Elementary School Teacher Should Know

Had when i worked in a preschool and kids love them! I would use colored sand instead of white salt. DIY salt tray with alphabet cards. Easy to make and kids have fun smoothing out the salt after correctly making the letter

spelling for kids

Fill In The Blank Spelling with Playdough

Maybe I can use my old stamps with Playdoh instead of this nasty stamp pad .Fun way to practice making words! You could also give students a limited number of letters and a focus vowel, then see how many rhyming CVC words they could make!

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