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NAME ACTIVITIES PACK
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Editable Printables

Name Writing:
First, edit the page for each child. Then, have the children practice writing their names with markers, crayons, pencils, etc.  Finally, they can also use this page to rainbow write their name.

Name Work Pages:
First, edit the page for each child. Then, have each child complete their own work page to help them learn all about their name.

Name Labels:
First, edit the labels for each learner. Then, print and post the labels around the room.  For example, post labels in students’ cubbies, desks, etc.

Chicka Tree:
First, using a paper towel roll or rolled-up brown construction paper, create a tree trunk. Then, print the letters for each child’s tree and leaves. Next, each child can glue their name on the tree trunk.  Then, cut the leaves on the lines and attach the leaves. Furthermore, you can also use the Chicka page on a cookie sheet and add magnets to the letter cards to practice making names and words.

Whole Group Activities

King/Queen of the Day:
During calendar time have each child have a turn being King or Queen of the day.  To begin, print out all the pages for each child. Then, have the child come in front of the class to identify, count, order and match the letters in their name. Most importantly, print and create a ‘crown’ for the King and Queen of the day.

Word Wall Cards:
First, edit the page for each child. Then, print a passport size picture for each child.  Next, attach the image to their name card. Finally, laminate and add to the Word Wall or writing station.

Name Graph:
First, have the children count to find out how many letters are in their name. Then, using a pocket chart and the number cards, create a graph. Finally, each child can add their name to the correct number of the graph.

Name Book:
First, edit each page with each child’s name. Then, attach their picture in the picture frame and laminate. Finally,  read whole group at the beginning of the year.  Most importantly, add the book to your classroom library!

Learning Centers

Magnet Names:
First, edit and create a mat for each child. Then, print and laminate the mats and letter cards. Finally, have the student match the letters correctly on the mat.

Pocket Chart Names:
First edit and print the name cards, letter cards, and picture cards. Then, have the students match each child’s picture to their name.  Finally, use the letter cards to spell the name correctly.

I Can Spell:
First, edit and print the resource for each child.  Then, have the children spell their name by rainbow writing, creating a tactile name with rice, pasta or glitter, making letters with playdoh, and so much more!

Clip It:
First, edit the page for each child. Then, print and attach the letter dots to a clothespin or popsicle sticks. Finally, have the children match the letters in their name.

Make-a-Name:
First, edit the page for each child. Then, use a Q-tip to paint the name or practice making small dots of glue and add glitter.

Name Letter Sort:
First, print the mats and letter cards. Then, have the learners sort the letters by letters in their name and NOT in their name.

what are teachers saying?

5/5

I don’t know that these could get any more adorable! Such a great resource for helping young students learn to recognize and write their names!

– Amanda S.​

5/5
Great for PreK early Kindergarten. Wonderful resources for learning student names and center activities.
 

– Heather B.​

5/5
I love, love, love this resource! It’s perfect for the beginning of Kinder when we practice our first names and learning how to write the names of our friends. It’s also great for when you make the switch to writing your first and last name. Thanks!
 
Elle Snell
5/5
I love, love, love this resource! It’s perfect for the beginning of Kinder when we practice our first names and learning how to write the names of our friends. It’s also great for when you make the switch to writing your first and last name. Thanks!
 
Elle Snell
5/5
They are enjoying the different activities. It is giving them different ways to work with their names. I have one that has begun to recognize the first three letters of his first name.
 
– CarolAnn D.
5/5
This is a great resource for the beginning of the year when students are learning to recognize and write their names and their friends’ names.
 
– Roberta C.
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ALPHABET CENTERS PACK
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Letter Identification

Alphabet Matching Center
First, print and cut the letter cards.  Then, have the learners match the uppercase and lowercase letter cards. Finally, when they make a match have them write or trace the letter on the pages provided.

Write the Room Center
First, print and post the alphabet cards around the room. Then, have learners find alphabet cards.  Finally, as learners find the cards they may trace or write the letters on the work pages provided.

Letter Sorting Center
First, have the learners sort the different letter cards on the corresponding sorting mats. Then, learners may complete the work pages after they sort the pictures, for independent work, or as an assessment.

Alphabet Pick-Up
First, print and prep the trash can letters Aa-Zz and a corresponding alphabet page.  Then, learners may use these resources with a trash grabber/robot claw for a fun and engaging literacy center.

Letter Sounds

Alphabet Pocket Chart Centers
First, have the learners match the uppercase, lowercase and initial sound cards on a pocket chart. Then, learners may complete the work pages after they match the cards for independent work, or as an assessment.

Initial Sound Alphabet Puzzles
First, have the learners match the puzzle pieces. Then, learners may complete the work pages after they match the puzzles, for independent work, or as an assessment.

Alphabet Dominos
First, have your learners match the dominos together using the letters and keyword pictures. In addition, an alternative game is to cut the dominos apart to play memory.

Alphabet Mini-Books
This product includes 26 mini-books for teaching learners their alphabet and initial sound (Xx teachers final sound). First, simply print and fold to create mini-books for your learners.  Then, your learners may take then home, put in their book boxes or use during guided reading.

Letter Sounds (continued)

Beginning Sound Center
First, have the learners sort the picture cards by their beginning sound using the Beginning Sound Sorting Mats. Then, learners may complete the work pages after they sort the pictures, for independent work, or as an assessment.

Ending Sound Center
First, have the learners sort the picture cards by their ending sound using the Ending Sound Sorting Mats. Then, learners may complete the work pages after they sort the pictures, for independent work, or as an assessment.

Alphabet Puzzles (Pirate-Themed)
First, have the learners match the pirate-themed puzzle pieces. Then, learners may complete the work pages after they match the puzzles, for independent work, or as an assessment.

ABC Order

ABC Order Center
First, place picture cards in one and letter cards in another brown paper bag for two different centers. Then, have your learners pick 3 cards from a grab bag and place them in alphabetical order on the ABC order mats. Finally, learners may write the letters or draw the pictures they put in alphabetical order on the work pages provided

what are teachers saying?

5/5
A huge time saver for me!! Thanks for creating all of this. It will be a tremendous help for my kiddos!!
 
– Roylee L.
5/5
Amazing bundle with something for all my students! Thank you!
 

Holly Bolling

5/5
One of my all time favorite resources – have used it every year since purchasing!
 
 
Syd’s Scribbles
5/5
Such an amazing resource for the beginning of the year workstations! Love how colorful and cute each workstation is.
 
Anyssa Christie
5/5
My students loved these letter centers, and once I showed them how to use them once, they became experts. They not only would work alone, but they enjoyed working in small groups to get them done faster. I saw not only great letter and sound skills, but also cooperation.
 
Mrs Sweeney
5/5
Great for centers! I put this in my ABC station, and love that there’s so many options for students to practice their alphabet recognition and sounds.
 
– Melinda L.
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