How to create wooden letter disks for preschool activities:
First print off the letters. You can download my uppercase and lowercase letters here.
Next I used a 1 1/2″ circle punch to cut out my letters, but you can also use scissors!
Then I ran them through the Xyron Sticker Maker. I then stuck them onto 1 1/2″ wooden disks.
I know some people Modge Podge the disks when done, but I didn’t and they seem to be holding up fine. Well, that’s it! Super easy and fun!
Tip from the trenches: Make a couple copies of commonly used letters as some words contain more than one of the same letter, like cookie for example 🙂
Now go visit my alphabet ideas and have fun learning your letters!
I modge Podged mine… uuugh, Now all my discs stick together everytime I put them away. We spend more time trying to separate them from each other than actually using them :(. I’m not sure how I’m going to resolve this. I may have to remake them. Let me know if anyone has suggestions. Perhaps I can salvage them with some sort of spray.
I bought the letter of the week. I clicked the link for letter match in the lesson plan. I do not see any letter match worksheets. Where do I find the letter match worksheets from?
Hi Christina, I’ll send you an email shortly 🙂