If you pick a mouse capital letter then you will have to find the matching popcorn lowercase letter in this Mouse & Popcorn Letter Find Activity!
After reading the book If You Take a Mouse to the Movies book by Laura Numeroff, this resource is a fun way for your kids to practice learning the ABC’s .
Not only is this book companion activity a hands-on way to practice identifying and matching capital and lowercase letters.
But, your young learners will also work on develop their fine motor skills as they color or cover the pieces of popcorn on their recording sheet.
Getting Ready to Use the If You Take a Mouse to the Movies Alphabet Activity:
This post may contain affiliate links. Please read our disclosure here.
- 26 Capital Letter Mouse Cards
- 1 Lowercase Letter Popcorn Cards
What Else Is Needed:
- White Card Stock
- White Copy Paper
- Popcorn Mini Erasers
- Bingo Dauber
- If You Take a Mouse to the Movies book by Laura Numeroff
To prepare this letter recognition activity for your kids, fill out the form at the bottom of this page.
After receiving the email with the printables, download and print the capital letter mouse cards on white card stock.
You may want to laminate the cards before cutting them apart too.
Then, print the recording sheet on white copy paper. You can make as many copies as you need for your students.
How to Use the If You Take a Mouse to the Movies Letter Activity:
After reading the book If You Take a Mouse to the Movies book by Laura Numeroff, your kids will pick a mouse card and identify the capital letter on it.
Next, they will search the matching lowercase letter on their recording sheet.
When your young learners find the letter, they will color with a Bingo dauber or crayons.
They can also cover the letters with a small manipulative such as popcorn mini erasers, yellow pom poms, or snap cubes.
Your preschoolers and kindergarteners will continue selecting cards and finding the letters on the recording sheets until they complete the activity.
This Mouse and Popcorn Letter Find Activity is a fun way for your students to practice identifying and matching letters this winter.
More Mouse Literacy Activities:
If you are looking for more activities inspired by the mouse series books by Laura Numeroff, here are some of our favorites.
Mouse Books for Kids:
Read these other tales to your kids to see what our favorite storybook mouse does next.
Mouse Literacy Activities for Kids:
With these themed activities, your students can practice letter recognition, fine motor skills, and much more.
You May Also Like These Mouse & Cookie Letter Activities:
With these Mouse & Cookie Letter Activities, your kids will work on letter recognition, formation, writing, and much more!
Click on the picture to learn more about the six book-inspired alphabet resources included in this bundle!
Download the Mouse & Popcorn Letter Find Activity:
To get the printables for this Mouse & Popcorn Letter Find Activity emailed to you, fill out the form below.