First of all, my apologies for not posting lately! We have been having some frustrating internet problems. So I am going to speed through this post while our connection is up!
This is just a quick little activity post for those of you who like to use old magazines for literacy projects. I looooove to reuse magazines that would normally just get thrown away, but I haaaaate the mess the projects create. They can also be very distracting for some of my ADD kids. Some kids spend more time looking at all the other stuff included in magazines.
I have seen these magazine letter pages out there in cyberspace, so I thought I'd try it myself. This little unit includes pages of color and black and white magazine letters you can use for so many things!! You simply need to print, have kids cut out the letters needed, and glue. You can use the pages for literacy and math!
|Can't wait to have the kids make these to go along with our Superhero beginning of the year theme!!|
Unit includes several styles of each letter, numbers, and symbols.
Phew! I got through the post without our service being interrupted!! YAY!!
Hope you can use this 11 page unit!
Please leave me a comment about
how you plan to use it!! I would love to hear your ideas!!
Stay tuned for a ton more "beginning of the year stuff!!!" (Hopefully!)
Have a great rest of the week!!
I love these! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
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Love this idea! It is easier to print them out rather than search old magazines!ReplyDelete
Love these letters. We will surely use them. Hope you are having a wonderful summer break!!ReplyDelete
I appreciate your willingness to share everything you create! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!ReplyDelete
I was so glad to see your post! Thanks for the resource! I will use it at word work and for labeling different things. Blessings!ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing. I will have my little kiddos practice spelling their first and last name with the letters. We will also practice our fine motor skills.ReplyDelete
Again, Love you posts and activities!
Nancy, thank you so much for sharing! I LOVE your ideas and I look forward to following you again next year. I hope that you are having a FUN and RESTFUL summer!ReplyDelete
Nancy, Thank you once again for sharing your wonderful ideas. I've quit doing magazine activities over the years because they take too long and are so messy. Now I can do them again.ReplyDelete
Your #1 fan.
These are great for word work. I love it!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing another great product I can use with my students! These letters are perfect for a cut and paste letter recognition activity!ReplyDelete
I am amazed by all of the items that you post! Thank you for being so generous and posting these for all of us to use! LOVE your creativity!ReplyDelete