In my Homeschool curriculum with my kids, the first thing to our reading journey is for the kids to get to know their letters.
It’s important for me to create a little system for us to keep my sanity.
For now, our system looks like this:
For today, I’m sharing with you our yet another exciting Letter Recognition Activity, the Winter Letter Sorting!
I love creating Letter Sorting and if the images are adorable enough, my kids would be excited to do it.
But well, we don’t do all 26 letters at a time. It would overwhelmed them.
Winter Letter Sorting
Let me share with you how our Winter Letter Sorting works.
This pack is about helping the kids to find their matching sweaters.
First, there would be sweaters written with uppercase and lowercase letters.
You can either let your kids cut first these sweaters, or work backwards, which is cut the sweaters when they got their Kids’ Sorting Mat.
Winter Kids Letter Sorting Mat
Next, you would find pages with Kids Letter Sorting Mat.
In these pages, there are kids and each of them has specified letters.
For this example, this is Winter Kids with letter Aa.
What your kids need to do is find the sweater with letter A and letter a, and paste them to this kids page.
Or paste those sweaters on the kid’s body, it’s like dressing up the kids with matching letters.
Repeat this with other 26 letters.
Your kids would be thrilled to dress those little winter kids with sweaters.
1-4 Letters at a Time
Usually we would do 1-4 letters per session.
You can hand the letters of the day’s sorting mat, and the sweaters that needed to be cut.
Let them work their own way.
Ready for Winter Letter Sorting fun?
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