Looking for a fun activity to help your children learn their ABCs? Look no further than this Mouse and Cookie Letter Order Activity.
Using the free printable cards, your kids will practice identifying the missing capital and lowercase letter to complete the sequence.
Book activities like this one are not only a fun way to practice letter recognition but get your young learners excited about reading too.
Doing book-inspired activities is a fun way for your children to learn, as they get to experience the book in a whole new way.
After reading the book If You Give a Mouse a Cookie by Laura Numeroff, your kids can use the character from the story and its love of cookies to practice pre-reading skills.
This letter order activity can be used as an independent or guided resource in any early elementary classroom or homeschool.
Getting Ready to Use the If You Give a Mouse a Cookie Alphabet Activity:
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- 24 Mouse & Cookie Capital Letter Order Cards
- 24 Mouse & Cookie Lowercase Letter Order Cards
- 26 Cookie Capital Letter Cards
- 26 Cookie Lowercase Letter Cards
- If You Give a Mouse a Cookie by Laura Numeroff
- White Card Stock
- Laminating Pouches
- Self Fasteners (optional)
To get this letter recognition activity ready for your kids, fill out the form at the bottom of this page.
After you receiving the email with the printable, download and print the cards that you want to use on white card stock.
Then, laminate the cards. After laminating, cut the cards apart and all the cookies out.
As an option, you can attach self fasteners (such as Velcro circles) to the cards so your children can attach the cookie cards to the cards.
You can store all the pieces for this activity in a small bag or box for a literacy activity that is easy to set up or take on the go.
How to Use the If You Give a Mouse a Cookie Letter Activity:
For this letter order activity, your preschoolers and kindergarteners will say the names of the capital or lowercase letters on their card.
Next, they will identify the missing letter from the sequential order.
Then, your students will sort through the cookie cards to find the letter that they need.
Finally, they will attach the cookie card in the middle of the other two to complete the sequence.
For example, if your kids have a mouse and cookie card with “A” and “C” cookies. They will look for the “B” cookie card.
When they find it, they will place or attach the “B” cookie card in between the “A” and “C.”
Your young learners will continue finding the missing letters in the sequences until they complete the activity.
This Mouse and Cookie Letter Order Activity is a fun, hands-on way for your preschoolers and kindergarteners to practice identifying letter sequences.
More Mouse Activities for Kids:
If you are looking for more mouse-themed activities, here are a few picture books and literacy resources for your kids.
Mouse Books for Kids:
From painting mice to a mouse that goes to school, your kids are sure to enjoy reading about the characters in these stories.
Mouse Paint by Ellen Stoll Walsh
If You Take a Mouse to School by Laura Numeroff
Town Mouse, Country Mouse by Jan Brett
Mouse Literacy Activities for Kids:
If you are looking for more mouse and cookie activities to go with this one, try these resources.
If You Give a Mouse a Cookie Printables from Crystal and Comp
If You Give a Mouse a Cookie Sequencing Printables from Homeschool Preschool
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Download the Mouse and Cookie Letter Order Printables:
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