A friend of mine on the TOS Review Crew requested that I provide black and white letter tiles to go with my Number Word and Color Words activities for more of a challenge. I’ve added them to my downloads and just wanted to share them with anyone who would like them.

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{The original letter tiles were color coded to help out my preschooler when trying to spell her words, and this is a great addition to the ‘Kickin-it-up-a-notch” activities for our upcoming pre-k year! BAM!}

Number Word cards: This download comes with the letters in the boxes like below and for more of a challenge I also added blank cards for each color word as well. Your child can match up letter tiles to each number word card. The letter tiles are included in the download as well, but you could use any letter manipulatives you want to spell the words. Includes 1-10 number words. The word tiles come color coded to help younger children, for more of a challenge you can download my black and white letter tiles.

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Color words: This download comes with the letters in the boxes like below, then your child can match up the letter tiles to each card. For more of a challenge I also added blank cards for each color word as well. Both are included in the download along with colorful letter tiles, but you could use any letter manipulatives you want to spell the words. Includes 8 color words. The word tiles come color coded to help younger children, for more of a challenge you can download my black and white letter tiles.

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12 Comments

  1. i have been going to your blog everyday now since i stumbled upon it. you are an inspiration and motivation for me! since ive been online searching for things to do for preschool activities for my son, I actually just started up a blog to put everything i find and do on it–really just for me and some friends that have kids the same age as mine–and your blog will be constantly referred to! i just was wondering, spelling like this–what age do you think i should start this for my son? hes 2 1/2 right now and i do the alphabet, numbers, shapes and colors with him but i thought the spelling was more like 4–but what do i know? just wondering when you started that with your kids.*kelly

  2. I LOVE these and have already downloaded them. Thank you again!!! You have so many great ideas and resources! I just don't know how you have the time to do all that you do! I see these in a workbox very soon!

    Amy
  3. I just want to say thank you for all of your worksheets. My 2 year old can recognize most of the uppercase letters and loves coloring your hollow(collage) letters. We're going to work on our numbers next. Thanks again!

    M
  4. Thank you so much for this! I think this will work perfectly to help my son in Tot School through Kindergarten (he's 2 right now but already recognizes a few words by site and we're trying to help him recognize number symbols at least while he counts). I'm going to be making a trip to my family's print shop shortly to print and laminate these 🙂

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