If your preschoolers and kindergarteners love the mouse books by Laura Numeroff as much as mine do, grab these printable Mouse and Cookie Letter Cards.
With these cards, they will have work on learning the ABC’s as they practice forming and writing the lowercase and capital letters.
It’s a fun activity for your students to do after reading. They can use these cards independently during morning tubs, literacy centers, or small groups.
This book activity is an engaging, hands-on way for preschoolers and kindergarteners to work on letter recognition.
They can also use this resource to work on letter shapes and formation. Not only will your kids work on learning their ABC’s, but they will also develop their fine motor skills and more.
Getting Ready To Use The Mouse and Cookie Letter Cards:
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- 26 Capital Letter Cards
- 26 Lowercase Letter Cards
What Else Is Needed:
- If You Give A Mouse A Cookie by Laura Numeroff
- White Card Stock or Copy Paper
- Laminating Pouches
- Dry Erase Pocket
- Dry Erase Markers
- Small Cookies
To prepare this alphabet activity, fill out the form below. Next, download and print the letter cards.
Then, laminate the letter cards so your kids can write on them and use them over and over. You can also put them in dry erase pockets.
There are two mats per piece of paper so you can cut them apart if you want to have your kids work on one letter at a time.
How To Use The Mouse and Cookie Letter Cards:
You can easily differentiate this activity so your child students are working on the skills that they need.
Write– Your kids can practice writing the letters using a dry erase markers.
Cookies– After reading If You Give A Mouse A Cookie, your children can use Cookie Crisp cereal or other small cookies to form the letters.
Manipulatives– Instead of using cookies, your young learners can practice forming the letters using small manipulatives such as mini erasers or pom poms.
Play Dough– Your kids can practice forming and shaping the letters using play dough or foam dough.
These Mouse and Cookie Letter Mats are a fun, hands-on way for kids to practice forming and writing lowercase and capital letters.
More Mouse Activities for Kids:
If you are looking for more mouse-themed activities that your kids can do after reading the books by Laura Numeroff, grab these fun resources:
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Click on the picture below to learn more about the activities included in this bundle!