Tracing letters with loose parts is a great way for preschool and kindergarten students to learn the alphabet. It's a fun literacy provocation! Plus, it includes free printable letters!

Tracing Letters with Loose Parts

Tracing letters with loose parts is a great way for preschool and kindergarten students to learn the alphabet. It's a fun literacy provocation! Plus, it includes free printable letters!

Provocation, "What Letters Can You Make With Wire?" (from Wonders in Kindergarten, Ana Marie Ralph on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/p/BBItSCLJH2J/?taken-by=anamariaralph)

This can be used as a build a word option on literacy menus"What Words Can You Make With." Switch out the materials every 2 weeks.

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A new provocation to extend our learning about shapes: Easy FDK centre activity that could be used in older grades if adapted.

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“I adore Rosie Revere Engineer. It sparked so many thoughtful discussions amongst our students…”

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A first week afternoon class welcome meeting: singing songs, making friends, dancing, watching for butterflies.

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