Looking for a quick and easy way to review letters with your Transitional Kindergarten class? Here’s something CKA Board Member Heather Hardaway Morrow did with her kids. She gave them some unifix cubes, had them spread out on the class rug and…
No letters on your carpet? No problem! You could easily write letters with a Sharpie on a cheap shower curtain, or even on a drop cloth.
Have a kindergarten class that’s ready for a bit more? No problem! Have those kids who are ready sort picture cards by their beginning sound, record the letters they make on a white board or scrap paper, or find another word in the room beginning with that letter and record it. The possibilities are endless and all of them involve that movement spring-time squirreliness demands.