O and I have had fun using these using these Alphabet Movement Cards lately. I printed and laminated the sheets, cut out the cards, hole punched the cards, and bound them together with a book ring. I'm enjoying using laminated cards attached to book rings with O lately. They are so simple, easy to use, and don't take up much space.
Cute idea! Love adding movement to any activity!ReplyDelete
Those look so neat! The link goes to Christmas movement cards... did you design your own alphabet ones, or are they available somewhere else by chance?ReplyDelete
Very nice!!! I have been lost in her blog for almost 30 minutes now!!ReplyDelete
I just noticed that the link actually links to a blog post of mine featuring Christmas themed movement cards. The alphabet cards you have pictured can actually be accessed on this blog post (the very first link mentioned).ReplyDelete
I got all excited when my blog popped up, even though it obviously wasn't meant to :)
Great idea! I'll have to try this with my little one. She's in love with letters :)ReplyDelete
Have you ever tried doing the "Lettercise" song by Dr. Jean. It's a favorite of ours. Movement, letters, and learning letter sounds.
We use these too. We put them in a pile and draw one out that everyone has to try. fun!ReplyDelete
What a great idea! I look forward to adding this to our tools!ReplyDelete
Thanks for this idea!ReplyDelete
I'm in love with that idea!ReplyDelete
Great idea, Jem will love this- thanks. KarenReplyDelete
This activity looks great for my grade 1 class but I still can't get to the link with the printable cards? I clicked on "alphabet movement cards" and got to the christmas page as well. Which link should I be clicking on?ReplyDelete
You can find the cards here:ReplyDelete
Awesome idea!!! Thank you for sharing.... Definitely will be using these....ReplyDelete
Great idea of making a booklet with the movement cards! I featured your post and photo in my Montessori-Inspired Movement Activities at http://livingmontessorinow.com/2012/08/06/montessori-monday-montessori-inspired-movement-activities/ReplyDelete
Looks like fun! Thanks for sharing. ReneeReplyDelete
Thanks for the great link- the first one did not allow me to get to her site (needed permission to visit her blog) but the www.homeshare.com address did let me find the movement cards-ReplyDelete
I would appreciate it if you could help me find the Christmas version too-can you direct me to that link?
Thanks so much for these ideas- I am always looking for more movement ideas for my students and these movement activities would be good for our circle or gym activities. Your sharing is very much appreciated.
Regards from Western Canada,
Hi! I am hoping to print out these cards for my student teaching in Mexico. it says i need to be invited to print them out from teachers pay teachers, are you able to invite me? My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!ReplyDelete
Could you please invite me so I could download the alphabet movement cards? I subscribed to receive the e-mails, but I am still unable to locate the cards. My e-mail is email@example.com if you could send me the correct link for the cards. Thank you very much.ReplyDelete
Deb- Here is a more recent post with links to the cards. These cards are not mine...I just linked to them at another blog. http://chasingcheerios.blogspot.com/2012/11/alphabet-movement-cards.htmlReplyDelete
I love this activity!ReplyDelete
I have tried these links and have not found the printable cards. Anyone have another link they have used recently.ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for sharing these cards! I can't wait to use them during our human body unit next month! Feel free to check out our learning time activities at http://everystarisdifferent.blogspot.com, if you'd like!ReplyDelete
these area great idea and would love to use them at my preschool but cant seem to open them to print are these still availableReplyDelete