Easter Bunny Alphabet Upper And Lower Case Letter Matching File Folder Activity
Brightly colored Easter themed letter match file folder activity!
I’m sure by now you have realized we have taken to the file folder craze. I’ve already solicited my husband to bring home any extras they might be ready to toss at work because of how useful they are. There are so many wonderful uses for file folders beyond just a hiding place for papers in your desk. You can use them to create games and activities. They fold up nicely for easy put away and they are pretty thick which is even useful in some art projects. They also make a great mat to keep the art project off the table.
This game is just one of the many uses we have found for our file folders….now I’m starting to sound like a commercial…anyway…on to the printable!
Here is a FREE printable game you can use to help learn letter recognition. It’s super bright and cute to keep their interest all while encouraging them to match lower and upper case letters.
Set up Instructions:
It’s super easy to set this one up. The cutting out of the bunnies is the hardest part. (I’m still contemplating hiring my own personal scissors operator.)
Attach the backgrounds to the inside of a normal file folder. I used tape but you could laminate it as well.
Cut out and laminate bunnies on the white background. These are the bunnies the kids will match.
Have kids match the bunnies!
Other uses for materials:
You could let them point to the letters inside the folder and say them.
Or you could play a game of find the letter. Ask them to find the O and they point to it.
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