I am sharing another little hack I found that  helps when doing revision of spelling words for homework: this little spelling box! Building words with foam letters are so much more fun than ordinary letter cards! I made a Little Maths Box the other day to practice sums, and then I had more little boxes and decided …

Little Spelling Box

Alphabet Window Match - what a simple ABC activity! I love this quick and easy way to learn letters.

Alphabet Window Match

Alphabet Window Match = Write Letters with a Dry Erase Marker. Put Contact Paper Over Dry Erase Letters & Stick Foam Letters On It

How to Make Floral Letters - Easy! Simple, quick, and inexpensive  Great for decorations for birthday parties, baby showers, wedding showers, and even around the house.

How to make floral letters easy! Simple, quick, and inexpensive! Great for decorations for birthday parties, baby showers, and even around the house!

Large foam letters | Woodlandmanufacturing.com

Large foam letters custom cut for special events and retail displays.

Make your own alphabet stamps using foam letters.  I have seen these sold - and actually have some but don't remember where we bought them.

DIY Alphabet Stamps

Have an Arabic foam puzzle? Make your own Arabic letter stamps. I'm going to make these today - hope I find large enough blocks to hold the letters. The kids are going to love this. I will be buying another foam letter puzzle to replace this one!

Wish we had room for this

Inflatable branded ball pits are so expensive; off cut of wood from the hardware store, pool noodle around the top.

Pulling surprise puzzle pieces out of a container. I love this idea. Use simple shapes or objects for tactile discrimination and stereognosis.

Doing Puzzles with a Twist. Store letters in a Baby wipe box. Pinned by The Sensory Spectrum, Spectrum,

Do-A-Dot Letter Printables- she has uppercase and lowercase!  We didn't have the dot markers, but we had some small foam cylinders we had bought in the Target dollar spot that worked great for this.  Could also use those garage sale stickers- GREAT fine motor activity!!

Uppercase Do-a-Dot letters. Perfect for working on the alphabet and pre-writing skills, and we already have the dot markers! She has tons of awesome ideas at totschool.