Magnetic Letter Match.
Finding Sticks, Curves, and Sticks & Curves
( also use this activity for uppercase/lowercase, and letter identification)
Letter Cards. In this photo they are using them in glitter/salt trays, but they also use them for sorting, playdoh mats, and rainbow writing with dry erase markers.
Letter Hunt! This is a favorite and on nice days they have the chance to go with my teaching assistant and go on letter hunts. Sometimes I hide things ahead of time and other days they roam the campus looking for new letters (think "write the school").
Kinder-letters: The students work together to create the shape of a letter (this is a class favorite)!
Letter Dig: For this activity I filled plastic wash bins (Daiso) with black fish tank gravel. To the gravel I add plastic letters, different sized letter beads, and miscellaneous treasures. The students name and record the letters that they find.
Beaded Letters: For this activity students string colored pony beads on pipe cleaners and then form letters.
Letter I-Spy: This activity is from The Differentiated Kindergarten. The students love to use the magnifying glasses to search for hidden letters.
Here is the freebie that I mentioned earlier! I hope that can use it!
Here are some products from other teacher/authors that I LOVE to use for Letter Work!