Use some ordinary, dry butter beans (sold in a bag at the supermarket) and a black sharpie to create a set of alphabet beans for literary play!

Matching Alphabet Beans Literacy Game

Alphabet Beans matching game literacy activity Make an alphabet beans literacy game and an ongoing resource to use in lots of activities together!

Zoo Animal Peek-a-Boo Board

Peekaboo Zoo Board for Toddlers After reading any zoo or animal book, why not do this great activity with your children . Fun, educational and spot on with Every Child Ready to Read.

Using Banagrams for word work. Would also work with Scrabble tiles.

Idea: build sight words with scrabble tiles LINK: Rockabye Butterfly: BOB Books- SamPrintables and extension activities for BOB books (one great idea: use bananagrams game to build words)

Free Printable Upper and Lower Case Letter Match Game at B-Inspired Mama

Superhero Upper and Lower Case Letter Match

Superhero Letter Match: Children love superheroes, why not have the option of matching their favorite super heroes to the corresponding letter. Clothespins, laminated pictures and letters. Focus: Upper and Lower Case Letter Match

Sorting Coins with Beginning Letter Sounds

Kinesthetic Learning - Painters tape on the floor - walk the 'S', hop the 'S' - awesome for my boy

Painters Tape, Pergo and a Plan

Walking the S - Great kinesthetic activity for kids learning the alphabet. Works with any letter. Have child walk heel-toe, heel toe and maneuver the S like a balance beam. Special needs, preschool, kindergarten, alphabet fun

Bottle Cap ABC Matching Pages for Preschool and Early Kindergarten

Bottle Cap ABC Matching Pages

Mama's Learning Corner is offering a free set of Bottle Cap ABC Matching Pages. For more bottle cap pages you may be interested in these FREE Bottle Cap Color Activity Pages.

Salt Tray to learn letters

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