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Ice Cream Letter Activity


For this activity, I cut out a bunch of circles using construction paper and wrote different words on each.

The activity was that I drew cones on the chalkboard with upper-case letters in each one (you could also cut out cones with paper). When LM chose a circle I asked him to identity what letter the word starts with and we put it on the corresponding cone. It was good practice with lower-case letters, and also looking at what letter words start with.

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Emily said…
I like the way you are helping them make the link between upper case and lower case letters - that seems to be the trickiest bit for my kiddo at the moment!
you are such a good mom! what a good idea!
Dianne said…
I really like this idea! I can have my younger one match the letters, and the older ones read the actual words. Thanks so much for the idea!
this is great and can be done with so many things sight words, numbers, etc...

would love to invite you to link this up to the Sunday Showcase - http://momto2poshlildivas.blogspot.com/search/label/Sunday%20Showcase

Bern
J said…
I just wanted to send you many kuddos! Stumbled upon your blog via Pinterest today and I'm absolutely in love with all of your creativity and wonderful learning activities you have! Keep up the great work- I'm totally inspired and my son is loving all of the activities!
safdar ali said…
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