Little Bo Peep Activity
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This Little Bo Peep activity is the perfect addition to your nursery rhyme activities. Add it to your literacy centers today.
Little ones will love helping Bo Peep find her sheep as they match the uppercase and lowercase letters of the alphabet.
Little Bo Peep Activity
A, B, C. These are the first three letters that all children learn in school. But what comes after that? The alphabet goes all the way to Z!
Here is a fun activity that you can use to teach your child the alphabet.
Preparing the Activity
To prepare this Little Bo Peep activity, I recommend printing it on heavy cardstock and laminating the pages for durability.
If you’d like to make this a self-checking activity, you could place matching stickers on the back of each letter set.
Completing the Activity
After preparing the activity, you can put the letter cards in a small lidded container or zipper pouch for storage.
When you’re ready to use it with your kids, spread the cards out on a flat surface.
Have your child match uppercase and lowercase letters to help Little Bo Peep find her lost sheep.
If you’ve added stickers to the back of the letter cards, children can turn the cards over when they’re done to see if all the sticker pairs are matched.
You can also add a fine motor element to the activity by punching a hole in each card and having kids link the matches together with plastic links.
Nursery Rhyme Books
Fill your book basket with a great collection of nursery rhyme books. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.
If you have a hard time finding them, you can order them through my Amazon affiliate links by clicking the images below.
My First Mother Goose Nursery Rhymes – The classic rhymes of Mother Goose and the beautiful illustrations of Lisa McCue collide in this delightful padded board book!
My Awesome Nursery Rhymes Book – Bright picture book with nursery rhymes and awesome shaped pages! Packed with popular nursery rhymes you and your child will know and love. Each spread is shaped around a rhyme’s characters and tells their story with gorgeous illustrations.
Richard Scarry’s Best Mother Goose Ever – Richard Scarry introduces toddlers to the nursery rhymes of Mother Goose! Featuring his unmistakable art (now restored to its original glory) and fifty of Mother Goose’s most beloved rhymes.
Round Out Your Unit with These Activities:
Painted nursery rhyme storytelling spoons make great props in your literacy centers.
Nursery rhyme story stones are a great visual tool to have on hand for sequencing, storytelling, and pretend play.