Create a name puzzle for your preschooler

by Deborah J. Stewart, M.Ed. on February 26, 2010

in Language Arts, Name Recognition, Reading and Writing Readiness

Help your preschoolers recognize the letters in their name with this little puzzle activity.

Write each child’s name on a sentence strip using upper and lower case letters.
Write each child’s name on a sheet of construction paper and add a rectangle with the same number of columns under the child’s name.
Create a second sentence strip with the child’s name only this time, cut the letters of the name apart.
Mix up the letters
Have the child place the letters in the correct column using the printed name above as a guide.
Once the child has placed all the letter in the correct order, let the child glue the letters in place. Encourage the child to look at the name card if the child isn’t sure which order the letters go in.
Once all the letters are glued on, set aside to dry.
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