So, I started down a new rabbit trail. I’m not sure how far this one will go, but I’m really enjoying it for now and wanted to share. Miss B and the boys are doing really well identifying and labeling letters and numbers. I wanted a few fun, themed activities that they could do on their own as a way to get some more practice. These letter and number activities can be used in centers, as extra practice, or an addition to your homeschool curriculum.
This owl theme was made specifically for winter and/or when we were studying the letter O. Feel free to use them anytime, after all owls are cute and can be fun anytime of the year.
Letter and Number Activities
These worksheets are pretty basic but are a great way to get in some extra practice with letter identification, sequencing, fill in the missing numbers, and more.
These have been created in strips so that they can be easily cut apart and used in centers, at home, or in fun busy bags. You can place these strips on a cookie sheet and be used with magnetic letters. They can be laminated or placed in a dry erase sleeve and used with a dry erase marker, or just a plain pencil.
The last two pages in the Letter Activities packet allow students to match letters or work on uppercase and lowercase letter identification.
I love having different levels on hand for Miss B who is in Kindergarten and for the twins who are still slowly learning their letters. For Miss B and the boys, matching uppercase and lowercase letters is a great review. While the twins can work on finding the matching letter. Sometimes I only give them a few letters at a time to ease frustration.
There are six pages in the Number Activities packet that give students practice identifying the missing numbers. These are in strips of five with numbers missing before and after between 0-10. There are two pages that offer opportunities for students to fill in the number between two numbers, 0 – 10. There are four pages that provide practice identifying the number that comes before a given number, 0 – 10.
These again were created in strips so that they can be used as a whole worksheet or broken into small pieces that can be used in busy bags, literacy centers, or for a quick practice at home.
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Until next time,