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Feed the Monster Alphabet Match

Preview: FREE Feed the Monster Alphabet Match. Practice matching upper and lowercase letters along with different fonts.

We are working hard on learning our letters and matching upper and lowercase letters. We decided to have some alphabet fun with a monster theme. Feed the monster is a simple game where students will feed the lowercase letters to the matching uppercase monster. It is easy to prep and easy to play. You can pull out just certain letters or provide less "food" to make the game a little easier. For the ultimate challenge, give them all of the monster letters A-Z and all of the matching pieces of food and have them match it all up.
FREE Feed the Monster Alphabet Match. Practice matching upper and lowercase letters along with different fonts. #sarajcreations #alphabet #free #preschool #kindergarten

The Ten Commandments Craft

I have a new craft up at Today's Catholic Teacher. This is a favorite in my catechism class each year - the Ten Commandments. I'm embarrassed to say that the first few years we did this, we didn't realize that we weren't using the Catholic translation because we were just looking for kid friendly language. Then last year I took a class about the Ten Commandments for my Catechist certification and the instructor was saying she goes into Catholic schools and classrooms that have the wrong ones posted all the time. That made me feel better and I quickly switched the wording so it was exactly the way you would see it in the Catechism of the Catholic Church. That means that some of them are kind of tricky to explain the young students, but they are important, nonetheless. 
Ten Commandment Craft for kids using the Catholic translation

Letter G Activities

Preview: Letter G Activities that would be perfect for preschool or kindergarten. Sensory, art, fine motor, literacy and alphabet practice all rolled into Letter G fun.

Up next in our weekly alphabet study is the letter G activities. We had some handwriting practice, fine motor practice, art project and some review of all of the letters we've learned so far. I like to go back and review to make sure she is remembering the letters we've done the previous weeks.
Letter G Activities that would be perfect for preschool or kindergarten. Sensory, art, fine motor, literacy and alphabet practice all rolled into Letter G fun.

Check back each week for more alphabet fun!

Alphabet Centers with Real Pictures

Preview: Alphabet centers with real pictures make the perfect printable practice for preschool and kindergarten.

When I decided I wanted to focus on the alphabet with my preschooler, I decided to make some new activities that we could use. I also made parts of it a little trickier so my kindergartner could use them, too. My favorite part was using real pictures in these alphabet centers. I love clip art, don't get me wrong, but I loved the idea of using photographs of real life objects to help solidify those ABCs and beginning sounds. Take a look at everything that is included in the 10 centers (plus a bonus.)

Alphabet centers with real pictures make the perfect printable practice for preschool and kindergarten. #alphabet #sarajcreations #abc #printables #centers

Letter F Activities

Preview: Letter F Activities that would be perfect for preschool or kindergarten. Sensory, art, fine motor, literacy and alphabet practice all rolled into Letter F fun.

Up next in our weekly alphabet study is the letter F activities. We had some handwriting practice, fine motor practice that doubled as a snack and some fun sensory play that was also perfect for Halloween.
Letter F Activities that would be perfect for preschool or kindergarten. Sensory, art, fine motor, literacy and alphabet practice all rolled into Letter F fun.

Check back each week for more alphabet fun!

Confirmation Craft Idea

Are you looking for a craft to teach students about Confirmation? I recently wrote a craft for Catechist magazine that could be perfect for you. Whether your students are preparing for confirmation or just learning about the Seven Sacraments, this crayon resist project can be used with a variety of age levels. Head over to Catechist Magazine to check out all the details on how to do this craft along with a printable of the Fire of the Holy Spirit to help get you started.
A craft idea for teaching about Confirmation and the Holy Spirit. As seen in Catechist Magazine.


Letter E Activities

Preview: Letter E Activities that would be perfect for preschool or kindergarten. Sensory, art, gross motor, literacy and alphabet practice all rolled into Letter E fun.

Up next in our weekly alphabet study is the letter E activities. This week my daughter was under the weather, so we kept our letter E activities easy and quick. We still managed to have fun and practice hand writing, letter identification and some gross motor fun.

Check back each week for more alphabet fun!
Letter E Activities that would be perfect for preschool or kindergarten. Sensory, art, gross motor, literacy and alphabet practice all rolled into Letter E fun.
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