Children will learn the names of the basic shapes while learning the songs that are included.
Where Are All the Letters?
This is a great whole group activity that teaches letter recognition, patterning, ordering, and following directions.
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This is a great whole group activity that teaches number recognition 0-30, patterning, ordering, and following directions.
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This activity will help children identify letters, sounds and sequencing.
A fun and colorful way to introduce reading strategies to children. Listening and following directions are 2 important skills needed in this activity. This set coordinates with the song from the "Get Ready" CD by Shari Sloane.
Two different activities to help identify uppercase and lowercase letters and the sounds they make. The other activity is a little game they play called “OH NO.” The game helps the children with following directions, identifying letters, being good sports, and listening. This set coordinates with the song from the "Get Ready" CD by Shari Sloane.
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.
Help the monkeys climb to the top of the tree. Children will practice identifying lowercase letters, putting letters in order, rhyming, and letter sounds.
Reinforces lowercase letters.
Let’s go down on the farm and practice learning letters and sounds. Other skills include putting letters in the correct order and recognizing the sound that each animal makes. Choose from uppercase or lowercase sets.
Reinforces lowercase letter recognition and comes with a storage bag.
Retell the delightful story of "Sneezy the Snowman" by author Maureen Wright.
A fun and unique way to teach children the alphabet letters and their sounds using the “old woman theme.”
Going camping? This camping activity will help children identify upper and lowercase letters and match them.
Reinforces recognition of letter names and letter sounds. Song is found on Dr. Jean’s CD: “Kiss Your Brain.”
This western theme set helps children identify upper and lowercase letters and practice matching them. Yeehaw!
Put the apples on the tree and watch them fall. Children will learn to practice identifying lowercase letters and their sounds.
Recreate "Green Eggs and Ham" by Dr. Seuss. Reinforces upper and lowercase letter recognition and rhyming.
Stir up the pot of stew and pick out a lettered vegetable. This activity will help children recognize lowercase letters. A fun activity to use with the story “Stone Soup.