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Do your kids drink milk? If so, don’t throw out the little white caps on the carton! Instead, use them to teach uppercase and lowercase letters using with this milk cap letter matching activity.
In this week’s installment of my 101 Ways to Teach the Alphabet Series I am sharing a free printable Uppercase and Lowercase Letter Matching with Milk Caps activity you can use to help your child identify and match uppercase and lowercase letters.
There are several different activity pages in my Uppercase and Lowercase Letter Matching with Milk Caps printable activity pack. I printed the one featuring all 26 letters of the alphabet to give my daughter some practice with matching uppercase and lowercase letters.
I set the printable next to a basket I had prepared with 26 milk caps with lowercase letters written on them. I followed Montessori convention and wrote the vowels in red and the consonants in blue, but you can use whatever colors you like.
My daughter selected a milk cap and looked for the matching uppercase letter.
Then she continued placing additional milk caps until she had finished the entire page.
I later printed the page featuring b, d, p, and q, as she still confuses these letters sometimes when they are in lowercase form.
The printable download includes six pages with uppercase letters and two pages with blank circles so you can fill in the letters you most want your child to work on.
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