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Upper and lower case activity with cars

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Toy cars to teach text? Yes please! Use colored toy cars to help your child differentiate between the upper and lower case letters of the alphabet and learn their colors.

LEARNING GOALS:

  • Letter recognition
  • Color recognition

AGE: 2 – 3 Years Old

TIME: 10 Mins

CATEGORY: Literacy, Colors

MATERIALS:

  • Colored Paper
  • Colored Toy Cars
  • Markers
  • Paper
  • Tape/Glue

INSTRUCTIONS

1
Match colored paper with the color of your child’s toy cars. The colored paper will serve as the “parking lots” for the toy cars.
2
Write a different upper case letter on each piece of colored paper.
3
Using a small square of the same colored paper, write the corresponding lower case letters and paste it on the matching color toy car.
4
Have your child match the colored toy cars with lower case letters to the correct upper case letter via their paper parking lots!

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TIPS
  • Young children are very visual and tactile learners. Incorporating a combination of colors and objects of interest into their letter learning process can help support their grasp of the alphabet.

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