Little Boxes for an Epic Activity

Rachel Allen
Little Boxes for an Epic Activity

To supplement the "my sound box" series on EPIC, I have created worksheets for each letter for the child to cut out items that begin with the letter of the week, and paste them into the "box".

These can be found on TPT for free!

I do not own the rights to the sound box series, just the documents I have created using free clipart from the internet.

It includes fine motor skills using scissors and somewhat of puzzling skills to be able to fit all of the clipped items into the box without coming off of the page.

For example: for my S sound box, one page has a box with an S on it and the second page includes items that begin with the s sound such as:





sippy cup

I allow each of the students to decide which item they want to identify and cut out first and the rest of the class cuts them out together and glues it into the box. We repeat this process until all items are cut out and pasted in the box!

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Little Boxes for an Epic Activity
April 14, 2021
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