Abc centers

Explore a variety of creative ABC center ideas to make learning the alphabet fun and engaging. Enhance your students' literacy skills with these interactive and hands-on activities.
Pre K, Montessori, Alphabet Centers, Letter Activities, Kindergarten Letters, Alphabet Activities, Abc Centers, Letter Recognition, Alphabet Preschool

Hi friends! Today I wanted to share some of my favourite alphabet centres with you! I'm hoping that it can become a reference for your weekly centre planning :) 1. ALPHABET PLAY DOUGH MATS Do your kids love play dough as much as mine do? I'm always looking for new play dough mats to add to the mix. I made these this summer and the letters are big enough to use with play dough or other loose parts like buttons or pom poms! Play dough is great for developing finger muscles which will help our…

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Tiffany Marie
Pre K, Literacy Centres, Literacy Centers, Preschool Literacy, First Grade Classroom, Kindergarten Literacy, Literacy Activities, Kindergarten Centers, Kindergarten Reading

Who doesn't love the Dollar Tree? They have figured teachers out and keep the fun stuff in stock for hands on fun in the classroom. I found the "coolest" materials there yesterday! I picked up these little tongs and plastic ice cubes and knew what I wanted to do with them immediately! My students love using tongs and the ice cubes are perfect for writing letters and words on. Take a look! I will include these in our fine motor bins that we use every morning and have students work in pairs to…

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Irene VIGO
Pre K, Phonics, Montessori, Alphabet Activities, Alphabet Preschool, Learning Letters, Letter Activities, Abc Activities, Uppercase Letters

Are you looking for a resource to bring STEM into your phonics skills or word work stations? Or maybe you are just tired of using the same 'ole word work stations year after year..?? Maybe you are wanting to give STEM a try but nervous on how to get started...?? I get it! That's why I created Phonics STEM Sound Kits!

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Kathi
Pre K, Phonics, Phonics Activities, English, Uppercase Letters, Spelling, Alphabet Activities, Letter Practice Kindergarten, Alphabet Preschool

A great variation to this would be to make a game of it. BINGO would make a great class activity, but this would be better suited for a small group of 4-6 players in small group centers. Have the cards either in a pile in the center of the table, or inside a box where they'd have to be drawn out. First person to cover all their squares correctly wins! Of course, the other kids can check that person's card to make sure the squares were covered correctly.

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Yahaira Rodriguez