Alphabet Tracing Posters: Road and Transportation Themed

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PreK - K, Homeschool
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  1. Transportation themed numeral and alphabet mats and cards are designed to help students use hands-on, kinesthetic activities to interact with alphabet and numerals! Practice numeral and letter formation, letter and number identification, counting with one-to-one correspondence, and working with ten
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Transportation themed alphabet mats and cards are designed to help students use hands-on, kinesthetic activities to interact with the letters of the alphabet. It is appropriate for preschool, kindergarten, homeschool, special education instruction, and for any child that needs more practice with alphabet identification and letter formation.

This pack is available in a bundle of the Number Road Tracing Pack and the Alphabet Road Tracing Pack.

ZOOM! Alphabet Tracing Posters and CardsHands-On, Letter Formation and Alphabet Identification Center: Upper and Lowercase Letters

This pack includes:
**ALL materials available in COLOR and B/W!**
- Full Sized Highway Alphabet Posters: Upper and Lowercase Letters
- Finger Tracing Small Cards: Upper and Lowercase Letters
- Transportation Themed Alphabet Poster
Use toy cars, dry erase markers, play dough, or fingers to trace the letters (not included)

Use letter mats to get children excited about letters and letter formation! Kids can trace the letters with play cars, their fingers, dry erase markers, or use play dough to form the letters.

Two options: Full size mats & smaller finger-tracing cards. Both sets are available in color and B/W. Use the posters and finger tracing cards in a variety of ways.
- Introduce letters with the large mats.
- Place the full sized mats in a center with play cars, dry erase markers, or play dough. You can include in blocks center with play cars.
- Store the finger tracing cards on a ring. Place in a box with one car, dry erase markers, or play dough. Use as a portable center. Kids can practice letter formation while on the go. My own kids “played” with them in the car, waiting in line everywhere, on airplanes, and whenever they needed some quiet time. It was a simple & fun activity!
- Use them as an early finisher activity. Students can “play” with their letters.
- Include the cards with play dough or dry erase markers. Students can form the letters with play dough, or “drive” with the dry erase markers.

See my blog post to see more on freebies and teaching ideas!
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Recognize and name all upper- and lowercase letters of the alphabet.


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