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- This bundle has 12 bunny job themes packed with fun and engaging math and literacy centers. Each theme has the uppercase, lowercase alphabets cards, and numbers 0-30 cards. Perfect for math centers, literacy centers, small groups, individual activity, labor day, community helper theme, etc. EACH THE$12.00$24.00Save $12.00
This Pizza Delivery Bunny Theme resource is great for helping students learn about what they want to be when they grow up along with letters and numbers. Perfect for math centers, literacy centers, small groups, individual activity, labor day, community helper theme, etc.
As you do this activity with your students, ask the questions about this community helper: What do they do? How do they help us? What is their importance in our lives? How we can appreciate them? Etc.
THIS PIZZA DELIVERY BUNNY THEME INCLUDES:
- 2 mats
- 31 numbers cards 0-30
- 26 uppercase cards A-Z
- 26 lowercase cards a-z
- 26 upper plus lowercase cards Aa-Zz
*** Only 1 community helper "Pizza Delivery" included.
- Print out each mat and cards on regular cardstock.
- Laminate, then cut out each card trimming along the white margins.
- Use a dry-erase marker to write letters or numbers over and over.
HOW TO DO THIS ACTIVITY?
- Shuffle all the cards and stack them upside down on a mat. Students flip one card at a time (saying the letter or the number aloud) and then write that on a mat.
- Make It FUN: You can also scramble the letters around the room where students can reach it. Then make 2-3 teams and call a letter. Have them find that letter around the room. The student that can find and write it first wins a point for their team (this is perfect for the pirate theme: hunt for letters). This will be even more fun when students dress up according to the theme.
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