Scarecrow Activities Alphabet Fun With a Scarecrow Games Craft Assessments

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I designed this cute scarecrow that’s holding a big sunflower.

It’s an alphabet wheel and will help make learning to match lowercase letters with their capital counterparts fun.

I’ve included two wheels.

One has the lowercase letters in alphabetical order, while the other one shows them jumbled up, making it a super-fun way to whole group assess.

After students have colored, cut & assembled their scarecrow, call out the letter A.

Students turn the smaller wheel ’til the lowercase letter a matches up. Afterwards, they hold up their scarecrow.

Teachers can see at a glance who is having difficulty. Play continues with another child calling out the next letter.

Besides the scarecrow manipulative, I’ve also included a variety of “color me” worksheets to help practice upper & lowercase letters in quick, easy & fun ways.

These “print & go” activities are great for early finishers, homework, extra help for strugglers or a sub tub.

Another fun way I practice and easily whole group assess, is with “I Spy” game sheets.

The same worksheet can be used multiple times and my Young Fives absolutely LOVE playing this game.

I’ve included several in the packet, along with a colorful collection of alphabet cards, which can be used in a variety of games, such as “What’s Missing?” “Flipped” and “Kaboom”.

I’ve included a tip list of all sorts of simple ways to use the cards, with directions for the games, which will help make learning especially fun.

There’s also a mini-certificate of praise, which is an easy way to reward your students’ efforts.

Be sure & check the PREVIEW to see the other things that are included.

I’m Diane from Teach With Me. Having fun leaning letters, is certainly something to crow about. Here’s to lots of “Caw! Caw! Cawing”.

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