Colors and Letters Popsicle Game

Literacy and color activity for toddlers

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Alphabet matching has never been cooler. This hands-on, easy to prep activity helps little ones with uppercase and lowercase letter matching. Just cut, paste, and learn!

LEARNING GOALS:

  • Letter recognition
  • Fine motor practice

AGE: 3 – 4 Years Old

TIME: 10 Mins

CATEGORY: Literacy, Motor Skills

MATERIALS:

  • Colored paper
  • Glue/Tape
  • Markers
  • Popsicle sticks

INSTRUCTIONS

1
Cut out popsicle shapes on different pieces of colored paper. Make two cut-outs per color.
2
Write an upper case letter on a popsicle cut-out and the lower case of same letter on the other cut-out. Make sure that the upper case and lower case of each letter is written on the same colored popsicle cut-out.
3
Repeat for every letter of the alphabet.
4
Work with your child to paste popsicle sticks to the bottom of the cut-outs.
5
Jumble the popsicles up and have your child match each uppercase letter with its corresponding lower case letter.

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TIPS
  • For advanced learners, use the popsicles to work on their spelling of simple words or their name!

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