Christmas Lights Strip Cards Missing Numbers, Word Families, Sight Words, Alphabet, And Patterns

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Christmas Lights Strip Cards Missing Numbers, Word Families, Sight Words, Alphabet, And Patterns

We always have so much fun with strip books around here. They are easy to assemble and great for on the go fun. This time I solved my issue about having to carry along a baggy full of little squares which has worked great. I also added a few different activities to this set than the past ones I have done. But if you want to add more to it as it has a few other activities as well, you can find the other set here.

What you need:

  • A hole punch
  • Key ring loops
  • Scissors

Cut out each strip and punch a hole in the circle. Thread onto a key loop. Thread in separate books or all together. Thread the letters, numbers, and color bulbs onto rings.

There are several activities included.

Match upper and lower case letters in the small book as well as word families.

The longer strips has missing numbers (up to 30) and letters in a sequence, patterns, sight words, and color words.

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This download is mostly color and free to use for any daycare, church, school, personal, co op, or home school use.

We all make mistakes sometimes, if you happen to find one of mine feel free to email me and let me know so I can correct it!


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