Sunday, July 29, 2012

A to Z Clip It Games

Are you looking for an alphabet clothespin activity for kids? Here's my A to Z Alphabet Clip It Games.This is a fine motor alphabet activity. I've created four sets for this activity. Each set has the same image but the letters are different. One set has letters that are not likely to be confused and the other set has letters that are similar. This is a perfect activity for kids to learn to learn to recognize the letters in the alphabet and the beginning sounds.
pre k letters first day of kindergarten

Your Pre-K and Kindergarten students will learn beginning letters and practice their fine motor skills too. They'll use clothespins to clip or place over the correct letter. This is a super fun game and a great exercise to learn beginning letters.This alphabet clothespin activity encourages fine motor skills.

You can find this item at my Teachers Pay Teachers store HERE.

alphabet printables

Lesson Cloud Dollar Days Sale at TeachersPayTeachers

I'm a Lesson Cloud Author, and I'm excited to share about our group TpT sale! I'm teaming up with 100 other authors to offer you some exciting $1 and $2 deals. Plus, you can enter to win a $75 gift card to Really Good Stuff.

Head on over to The Lesson Cloud to find all of the deals from each teacher author and register for the $75 Gift Certificate to Really Good Stuff.

Here's a peek at the items I have for sale too.

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Fun at the Beach: Summer Sorting with Shells

The fun doesn't have to end after a trip to the beach. Keep your summer vacation going with a little bit of fun summer education. While you're at the beach, gather a collection of beach shells or pick up some at a shell shop. Look for shells in varying sizes, shapes, and colors.

Use your shells for sorting after the trip. In fact, if you have a sandbox at home, use it too for a great learning locale. You can let your kids sort shells in in different ways.

sorting activities for prek

Let children sort the shells by color first. Then they can sort the shells by size. They can even sort the shells into similar types and then sort them by size like the picture above. 

This is a simple activity that will keep your kids entertained during the 100 days of summer and learning. Learning should be fun.

Join me next time for a summer beach art lessons for kids of all ages.
Robin @ Sweet Tea Classroom
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