We are also 'reviewing' other concepts such as letters, shapes, colors, etc throughout the month. So here is one activity for this week I am going to share (and post to TeachersPayTeachers!!). I made up this Candy Corn Letter Matching game. Just print out two copies, cut out the candy corns and let the kiddos match up the letters. Pretty easy! I only made letters A - I because John can only handle so many pieces at once...and I got lazy since I knew he wouldn't use all 26 letters! If I get a chance to make the rest of the letters, I will post those later.
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Other ways to use this:
**memory game for older kids
**super challenge for older kids- print THREE copies and play memory, making a set of three instead of a pair
**cut each candy corn in half vertically (or horizontally I guess!) and make a puzzle to match up the pieces to form the letters
**have younger children put the candy corn in alphabetical order
**put tape on the back of the candy corn and 'tag' things around the house that start with that letter
Can you think of other uses? If so, let me know! :)
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