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5 ABC Games using Paper Circles

 Here are 5 easy ABC Games you can play with your kids.

First, you'll need to make a set of ABC circles:
  • Trace circles on construction paper using a small cup (mine are about 2 1/2" big)
  • Cut them out
  • Write all the Letters on the circles. (I made a set of Upper-case Letters, and a set of Lower-case Letters.)
Once you've made the letters, you can then use them in 5 different Games!

Click on a picture below to get details on that game. 
Or click HERE to see all these games!


Lori said…
these are super adorable. I'm using my bottle cap lids I made at the beginning of the year to go with Confessions of a Homeschooler's ( ) letter matching activities. My boys are really going to like the car!
Anonymous said…
These ideas are fabulous and can all be adapted for the age/ability of the children. I am definitely having a monster in my classroom next year! Thanks!
I am going to do this! Since I got a laminator for my bday I'm going to laminate the letters so they last longer. Thanks for the ideas- Michael will love them!
Crys said…
I just found your blog and I love it!! I will be doing a lot of you ideas with my kids. I already have circles with letters on them and now I have a lot more things to do with them!
Mums make lists said…
Fab ideas!

Would love for you to link it up at my new Empty Your Archive link party which is a chance to dust off great posts from your archive - there is a focus this week on reading - would really love to see you there, Alice @ Mums Make Lists x
Crystal Navedo said…
Omg! I love these ideas! I have been looking for fun ways to teach my daughter her letters and all of these are great! Thank you!
Anonymous said…
Thank you for this! We're going to try the monster in our co-op class this week. We made up a rhyme for him: "I'm hungry for a letter so you'd better better better give me a letter to Bite!
Anonymous said…
Thank you very much for these fantastic ideas the kids loooooovess to feed the monster!
Holly Baker said…
I love that these all use the same, simple circles!!! Thanks for sharing!

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