I am always looking for ways to making learning FUN and I think that I hit a home run with our Alphabet Money! We have been playing with our Alphabet Money for about 6 weeks now and we LOVE it!
Alphabet Money helps teach, reinforce and master upper and lowercase letters, letter sounds and beginning sounds! Kids can earn some Alphabet Dollars each time they learn a new letter and letter sound! How FUN is that?
Alphabet Money comes in black and white so kids can color and create ownership of their money. You can also print in on colored paper and laminate to make it visually fun!
This little Moffatt Girl loves playing with her Alphabet Money, which as really helped her master her beginning sounds! Here she is practicing the letter A and the A says, /a/!
Kinder Alphabet says
I love how happy they look on colored paper! Great resource.
Thank you Lidia!! And thank you for making such AMAZING clipart!!!!
Thank you for your sweet comment, Jennifer!!
Lori Rosenberg says
Alphabet money looks like tons of fun!
Teaching With Love and Laughter
Oh Lori!! We have had SO much FUN with our Alphabet Money!!
Sarah Paul says
Just started your Ready to Read pack with Shawn! Posted a picture on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/SarahsFirstGradeSnippets
Thank you for your fabulous packs!
Katelin Lill says
Love this idea! I teach kindergarten and I can always use a new idea for letter/sound recognition! Awesome!
How do you "play" with the money? My son will enjoy coloring it, but I'm worried he won't care about them after that point.
We laminated them and play a game called your pile, my pile. I have my daughter look at the letter and/or pictures and she tells me the sound that they make. For example, the A says /a/ like apple and alligator. If she says it correctly, she keeps the money, if she doesn't it goes back in the pile and she tries again. You could also give him a piece of Alphabet Money and he can hunt around the house for something that begins with that letter. We have also put them in her play register so she has constant exposure to them:) Most of the activities should probably be teacher/parent led at this age:) I hope that helps a little.
Jessica McDurmon says
Thank you so much for this wonderful resource. I can't wait to use it in my classroom. 🙂