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Playdough and Plasticine Alphabet
This fun alphabet contains 43 pngs of “playdough” and 43 of “plasticine” letters, numbers and punctuation. I have also included three different sizes of printable letter (4”, 3.25” and 2.75”) sheets. Use them in your TpT products or to enhance your bulletin boards and displays.
These ready-to-use alphabets are perfect for use in TpT products, lesson and unit designs, bulletin board displays, word wall headers, project titles, and so much more. I’ve even given them to students to use when decorating their science fair boards! Give these letters a try and watch your classroom POP!
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A Little Bit About Me
When I first started teaching 36 years ago, I spent countless hours in the teacher supply store looking for resources with which to decorate my classroom. One of my favorites was the alphabet letters, where I could get an animal print, gingham print, patriotic print, and, of course, the solid letters. I thought there was such a great variety back then!
Enter the technological age, and I fell in love with creating the perfect bulletin boards and displays for my classroom using the computer. As my technological skills evolved, I found Photoshop, and it has been a game-changer in my classroom. Oh, the beautiful bulletin boards and displays that emerged from my countless hours of puttering around in Photoshop. Other teachers at my school would actually “order” alphabets and posters from me, and administrators would comment on how great the classrooms looked. I was hooked!
I loved teaching, but all good things must come to an end, and I retired this year (2019). I decided to supplement my retirement income by creating classroom décor and selling it on TpT. I love creating, and I sincerely hope that you can find an alphabet or other classroom décor that you enjoy as much as I enjoy making them.