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Level: ECE/Toddler
Grades: Pre-K | Age: 2-5 | Written by: Lisa Elwell
[Lisa is a teacher at the Lincoln Street Nursery and Kindergarten in Sydney Australia. ]

Preschoolers will learn about upper and lower case letters.

What You Need:

•Heavy paper or cardboard
•Pencils or markers

What You Do:
  1. ADULTS: On heavy paper or cardboard, draw out the letters of the alphabet - both lower case and UPPER CASE

  2. ADULTS: Cut out each of the letters (you can cut around the letters in a square, you don't have to cut "around" each little section).

  3. Play a game with your little one where you match the small letters with the capital letters.

  4. When letters are matched, think of a word or name that begins with that letter. Say the word or name out loud a few times together with your child.

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