Wednesday, August 31, 2011

name matching

 
To make this all you need to construction paper and Velcro. I typed up the students names in comic sans (two per page-one at the top and one at the bottom) and printed off a copy. Run it through the copier and put it onto construction paper. I then laminated the page, cut out the letters at the bottom and attached Velcro on the back. Attach Velcro underneath and you have name matching task for your kiddos.

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  1. Hi,

    I am in the process of making a quiet book for my niece. I'm struggling with what to write with on the felt that won't let off later.

    Could you please post what you used here for the name matching page.

    Thanks

    Deb

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  2. It is actually construction paper. I wrote up the students names on the computer and printed off a copy and then ran it through the copier and put it onto construction paper. I then laminated the page, cut out the letters and attached the velcro. I hope this helps! :) Good Luck with your niece's quiet book!
    Kate

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  3. can you tell me what font and letter size you used? Thanks

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  4. I used comic sans and I used size 100.

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  6. Thanks so much for this idea. I made these for my daycare kids. They need to see their name in print before they start writing it. The two year olds can even do this. I also made a BINGO game out of all their names, which they enjoy playing. Learning through play is the best way!

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    1. I love the idea of Name Bingo! I may have to try that!

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