My oldest is great at identifying his uppercase letters, but we haven’t spent very much time learning lowercase letters. To help him with this, I came up with a game to match uppercase letters with lowercase letters. The added bonus is that it’s fun (according to my 3 year old)! Here’s what you need:
*this Lowercase Letters PDF
To set up, cut out a small square shape in the milk jug (on the back side). Then, put the magnetic letters in the jug. Next, tape the lowercase letters sheet to the cookie sheet. Your child will shake the alphabet letters in the jug until one comes out. (If multiple letters fall out, just pick one and put the rest back in). Have them tell you the letter and then have them place it on the correct lowercase letter. If they can’t figure it out, you could have them start at ‘a’ and have them sing the alphabet song to help them. If you are introducing lowercase letters to them, you may just want to show them where it’s at.
Cute ice cream cones from Little Page Turners.
Creative spoons From Kindergarten with Love.
I love these eggs from Crystal & Co.
1+1+1=1 had a great idea with clothespins and it comes with a free PDF! Now I just need to buy some clothespins 🙂
Do you have any ideas to teach matching uppercase letters to lowercase letters?