Free printable LEGO Alphabet cards!

Alphabet Lego Cards: Uppercase {free printable

Letters oefenen met dominosteentjes, ook goed voor de fijne motoriek

Fun fine motor activity - placing blocks or dominoes along a preprinted path

opdrachtkaarten voor alle letters voor in de lees/schrijfhoek

Using Playdoh to form letters! Fine motor skills, sensory activity, and letter recognition all in one activity! You could also use popsicle sticks if you don't have the playdoh

sand tray for literacy... Cards can go inside tray to scaffold learning, also using a medium that raises the written letter up so children can feel first then trace in sand

19 Ridiculously Simple DIYs Every Elementary School Teacher Should Know

Had when i worked in a preschool and kids love them! I would use colored sand instead of white salt. DIY salt tray with alphabet cards. Easy to make and kids have fun smoothing out the salt after correctly making the letter

Goede letter-herken oefening voor kleuters (wel de juiste leesletters gebruiken)

Goede letter-herken oefening voor kleuters (wel de juiste leesletters gebruiken)

Simpel speelgoed: ijsstokjes met klittenband op de uiteinden. Zo kunnen kinderen uren spelen door figuren en letters te maken.

craft sticks and velcro, these can be arranged to make shapes and letters (great busy bag idea!) L and I had a blast painting stitcks today and I bought sticky velcro circles at Michael's. We'll see if they are a hit on our next trip!

painting with water on chalkboard tracing letters

Water painting on a chalkboard is a great pre-writing activity that can also teach kids about evaporation. Make your own evaporation station!

Name graphing!

I do this at the beginning of the year to work on name recognition but I really like how this graph is set up! Back to School - math counting

Making letters (how 'bout words?) from Legos! Great idea, why didn't I think of that!

I know one little boy who will love this this coming school year! This would be great to post in the block center/Lego tub to see what letters kids could make!