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|LEARN|letter recognition with game tiles


This week, we've been practising our letter recognition and the relationship between upper and lower case letters.

One of T's most favourite things is to empty out all the scrabble (or similar game!) tiles and asks me to write a word and he copies, this he can do no problem now so I thought I'd extend it now by using this little printable where I've typed words in lower case to allow him to match.


If you would like to try this activity yourself, I've created a pdf which you can download and print out, you will need to fill in with your own words, which can either be done by hand or you can covert to word.  Of course this is not necessary for the activity as a handwritten version would do just as well!  Download here.

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31 comments :

  1. Great idea, I yhave a 5 year old who would love this, thankyou for sharing . #toddlerapprovedtuesdays

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  2. Lovely idea for letters, O knows his lowercase and sounds so maybe I should try introducing uppercase. :) X #toddlerapproved

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    1. Thanks Jenny, trying to differentiate between the sounds is proving more difficult for us. :) x

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  3. I absolutely love this idea, definitely one to bookmark for the future. Thanks for sharing. #ToddlerApproved

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  4. Love this idea! As soon as I find our scrabble I will set this up! I know where it was...

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    1. Ha ha the million dollar question ;) I expect it's somewhere safe! Thanks so much x

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  5. Great idea. Going to have to keep my eye out for Scrabble set for when my LO starts to learn her letters!

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    1. Thank you x we inherited 3 different sets from my grandparents which was lucky!

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  6. I love this idea. I didn't think about the scrabble tiles aack. I've been printing letters haha. Olivia will love this. Thank you for sharing, you're a star. xx

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    1. Thank you do much! Printed letters work just as well! X

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  7. What a fab idea! Oliver is starting to learn letters, so would love something like this in the future. #toddlerapproved

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    1. Thank you. I hope he likes it if you do try it sometime x

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  8. That is a really good idea - great for little ones learning their letters. I can see how much fun they would have! Thanks for sharing and hosting #toddlerapprovedtuesday

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  9. What a clever idea! Really useful! Thanks for hosting #ToddlerApprovedTuesday

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  10. This is a great idea for matching cases. Will definitely try when kids older! #toddlerapprovedtuesday

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  11. Great idea for when my daughter is older.

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  12. Great idea! My boy is 3 and he's reading uppercase letters now (all learnt off YouTube!) but he doesn't recognise lowercase letters. Will definitely come in handy in the future. Sabrina xx #toddlerapprovedtuesday

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    1. Thank you. Great use of technology! Glad it was useful x

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  13. Can T do this! Jenson only knows the letters on his name and he tarts school in September SH*T! Im gonna have to get on it this summer!!!

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    1. Not all of them. The letters in his 3 names and those which are the same (obvs!) G & Q are a struggle for him and V & U we're only just starting this. X

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  14. This is great, Monkey's a but young at the moment but will be pinning for use in the next 6 months or so - thank you for sharing :) #toddlerapprovedtuesday

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  15. G would love this as she's starting to spell out words....just. Shame we don't have any scrabble peices :-(

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    1. Thanks Clare. I saw someone on Instagram say they got a set in a charity shop for £1! If I see one I'll get it for you x paper tiles would work just as well (if you had time!)

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  16. That's a great idea! This is something I'm definitely going to do with Harry. I'm off to find my scrabble..... :) xx

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