Use a tray filled with salt for tracing practice.
By tracing in the salt* with a pencil eraser, the child can compare his or her letter (or number) to the one shown on the card. It's easy to repeat over and over, and if kept in a tray deep enough, should be mess-free**.*Not for the superstitious teacher, though.**Yeah, kids are messy and never listen so this could end up being messy.
Easy activity for name recognition
Sticker Name Recognition Activity: an easy indoor activity that toddlers will love! A great learning activity. Alphabet activity for preschoolers.
10 activities to help develop your child's speech.
The best way to help a child's speech and language development is through play. Here are 10 simple activities that you can do at home, including the key vocabulary to focus on, to help develop your child's speech and oral language. The key to these activities is about engaging with the child and using simple, useful language that matches the actions of play. This puts the language into context with what they are experiencing and gives them opportunities to hear, use and practice the language…
Letter J Craft – J is for Jellybean
Today, we're sharing our J is for Jellybean Kindergarten Letter J Craft. Practice fine motor skills and make letter learning hands-on!
We’re Going on a Bear Hunt Map & Binoculars (with FREE Printable)
Retelling Activity for Kids: We're Going on a Bear Hunt- Make a map and binoculars and go on an adventure while retelling a popular children's book! ~BuggyandBuddy.com
Erase the ABCs: Easy Alphabet Activity - Busy Toddler
Looking for a fun way to play with the ABCs? Try this easy alphabet activity for toddlers & preschoolers learning their letters. It's a fun way to learn.
Dirt Play Dough + Rocks Writing Tray - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls
Dirt Playdough and rock spelling is a great sensory addition to any construction unit for preschoolers!
Letter Hunt for Early Literacy - Busy Toddler
Letter Hunt for Early Literacy: A sensory literacy activity for toddlers and preschoolers learning the alphabet.
Alphabet Find Learning Activity - Busy Toddler
What a fun activity! Alphabet find is the perfect way to get kids moving & learning. It's a great indoor activity that toddlers & preschoolers will love!
Learn the Alphabet Bingo Game - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls
Here’s another fun alphabet activity for kids – alphabet bingo! This game is simple to make with materials you have on hand, and my preschooler loved it. I made bingo cards with 16 letters on each card. I wanted each card to have a nice assortment of letters, but not the entire alphabet so that […]
Magnetic Letter Sensory Bin: Letter Recognition Activity
This Magnetic Letter Sensory Bin is an fun, sensory activity that will help children practice letter recognition, visual discrimination, and develop fine motor skills. Alphabet Activities | Letter Activities | Sensory Activities | Preschool | Kindergarten
Upper & Lower Case Egg Hunt
Another fun idea, just in time for Easter! Have an egg hunt, have an upper and lower case egg hunt! What fun learning! My kids love hunts, egg hunts specifically around Easter time. We made
How to Increase Descriptive Language
Our students with autism struggle with making connections from receptive language to expressive language. They learn to understand and connect things receptively but they need explicit instruction to use it expressively. Here are some ways to teach it. via @drchrisreeve
Missing Letters Clip Sticks
Today I have another frugal literacy tool for you to make when working on identifying certain sounds in words with your children: missing letters clip sticks! These clip sticks are great because you can adapt