Racecar Matching Game

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The boys have been really enjoying this months topic of Things That Go. We have had fun making our own DIY Race Track, make our own car, truck, and traffic cones and learned lots of great things about all things transportation! This racecar matching game was a fun way to practice recognizing alphabets.

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Racecar Matching Game

Mother Goose Time had these inside of our curriculum for the month, so all we had to do was cut them up. They had to find the upper case letter and the lower case letter, which is something both of the boys can do pretty well now.

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The boys loved it so much that we played a few games. They also played a few times later in the week with siblings.Race-car-Matching-Game Racecar-Alphabet-Matching-Game

Ethan decided the noise around the house this morning was just to much for him, so he played the game with his noise canceling headphones on 😀 . Race-car-Matching-Game Racecar-Alphabet-Matching-Game MGT-November-24 MGT-November-25 MGT-November-26 Race-car-Matching-Game

We have shared about other fun transportation ideas in the past.

Things that go week 1 ~ Different Things That Go tot trays as well as our Lapbook about transportation.

Things that go week 2 ~ Great things that Go transportation Montessori trays, Transportation cookies, art projects, and more fun.

Transportation Sensory Bin ~ This transportation sensory bin would be perfect to go along with your Things That Go unit!

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Finally you can head over to my Transportation Ideas for kids Pinterest board below.

Follow Mama Of Many Blessings’s board Transportation Ideas for kids on Pinterest.

Disclaimer: As a Mother Goose Time blog ambassador I am provided with the monthly curriculum in order to facilitate our review, we have not been compensated in any other way. All opinions are the honest opinions of my children or myself. Read my full disclosure policy for more information.

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