The first word most children learn to read is their name. Which is why the letters that make up their name are often the first letters a child learns to identify. This activity is a super fun way to help your child identify certain letters and build their name.

Name Recognition: Spell My Name Name Recognition: Spell My Name Name Recognition: Spell My Name Name Recognition: Spell My Name

Supplies:

  • Posterboard or Cardstock (I used heavy Cardstock taped together)
  • Painters Tape
  • Black Marker
  • Sticky Notes
  • Scissors

Instructions:

  • Pick out your main piece of paper for the name and write out the full name to use as the example
  • Tape together your board if using cardstock. If using a posterboard cut up the way you would like to lay it out.
  • Write the child’s name using blanks for the letters you would like your child to fill in with a sticky note.
  • Cut sticky notes in half
  • Write a missing letter on each sticky note
  • Tape the activity to the floor or wall
  • Line up sticky note letters at the bottom of the activity
  • Have fun learning

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