Cookie Sheets and Letters!

I left the I Teach K conference in Las Vegas with mushy brain.  There was so much incredible information and even more amazing ideas.  It was teacher overload.  But in a good way.  What teacher doesn’t love ideas and information?!  I am a huge fan of the ideas that I can use in my classroom the very next day.  Seriously…I want to leave a session with at least 1 thing I can implement immediately. 
I had the opporunity to attend a word work session by DeeDee Wills  from Mrs. Wills Kindergarten and she shared a super awesome idea for cookie sheets and letters!  It was one of those things that I could do very easily with little or no cost.  BAM!  
Materials:  cookie sheets, magnetic letters and Sharpies.
Cookie sheets are $1 at the Dollar Tree and if you’re like me, you have a TON of magnetic letters floating around.  
Simply write the letters on the cookie sheet with a Sharpie.  
Students match the magnetic letters to the letters on the cookie sheet!  BAM!  
This could also work for numbers!
Be sure to link up your Thrifty Thursday post!


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