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Bubble Wrap Letter Recognition Activity

[Source:  No Time For Flashcards]

Working on letter recognition should be fun and largely based on a child’s interest in preschool, what I mean by that is if children are interested in letters, which many are at this age, teachers should actively fund fun ways to capitalize on that without forcing it at too young an age. This letter recognition activity does just that. This activity used the novelty of bubble wrap to attract and invite little ones to engage. The wonderful thing about this activity is that you can adjust it to any child or group. For younger children having their first initial ( often the first letter they recognize) instead of the whole alphabet is a great option, and for older children who are starting to spell words, you can use this as more of a word search.

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