They did a great job!! Loved that you blew it up 11x17! thanks for the shout out!
Fantastic! I have been cutting letters from boxes (cereal, crackers, etc.) to use in an alphabet center. :-)ReadWriteSing
This is awonderful way to learn the alphabet. Can I ask where you found the colorful alphabet letters. Thanks for sharing your day. God Bless. Mrs. Valerie
I found the letters in my craft supplies. I tried to find them online, but didn't have any luck. I will continue to look for them...let me know if you find them:)
I found a similar pack of letters at Lakeshore.
Hi!Love this idea and especially working in pairs!I have the letters and I got them at Lakeshore store in Maryland. I can't remember the price, maybe 5.99 a bag. Letters are in different fonts on both sides!Hope this helps!Happy Halloween!Maryannbrennemm@carlisleschools.org
Those look just like a set called 'Alphabet Pasting Pieces' that my team and I bought from a catalog this year. Google the name and you can find them on a few different websites, including discountschoolsupply.com. They are around $7.00 a bag, and the bag has LOTS of pieces in it!Thanks for the idea of how to use them!
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