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Spring Bunny (Easter) Spinner Games - Math & Literacy, Pre-K Preschool

Grade Levels
PreK - K, Homeschool
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58 pages
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These hands-on Spring Bunny (or Easter) Spinner Games help children practice letter identification and letters sounds, numeral identification, and identifying 2D & 3D shapes. Includes both uppercase and lowercase letters.

These can be used in Spring or at Easter time. They only have a bunny and chick, there are no Easter eggs, and should be fine for teachers who cannot use Easter materials.

These spinner games can be played two ways.

1. Children spin the spinner and name the letter, sound, number, or shape the spinner stops on. If they land on the chick, they say "Cheep! Cheep!!".

2. Children spin the spinner and either stamp or cover that letter, sound, number, or shape on the recording sheet. Kids can use small manipulatives or bingo markers.

Spinners come in both full color and blackline. Recording sheets are blackline.

My materials are designed especially with Pre-K in mind, but will work great in Kindergarten as well.

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58 pages
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