Have a lot of fun and perform a little magic with this activity. Children will learn to follow directions, recognize numbers, ordering, and learn the concept of more, less and the same.
I “Mustache” You A Question
This activity will help children identify letters, sounds and sequencing.
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Reinforces lowercase letter recognition and comes with a storage bag.
Chicka goes with the popular story by Bill Martin, Jr. There are 2 different activities that reinforces upper and lowercase letters, letter sounds and rhyming.
Reach in and pull out a lettered rabbit from the "magic" hat. Have fun learning the letters of the alphabet and the sounds they make.
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A fun alphabet activity to reinforce letter recognition, rhyming and matching upper to lowercase letters.
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A fun and unique way to teach the children their sight words using the “old woman theme.”
Recreate "Green Eggs and Ham" by Dr. Seuss. Reinforces upper and lowercase letter recognition and rhyming.
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