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Matching Lowercase and Uppercase Letters! AGES 3+

This activity is great for working on letter recognition and fine motors.

Materials (affiliate links):
26 bottle tops
Sharpie or marker
Piece of Cardboard
Glue Gun

Here is a video of the boys doing the activity! 

First you have to collect 26 bottle tops. Next cut the bottle tops off the bottle with a scissor.

Then line up your bottle tops. I put 9 on the top row, 8 in the middle row and 9 on the bottom row. Next I hot glued the tops on the cardboard. Once there all glued on write the uppercase letters under the bottle tops.

Then write the lowercase letters on the bottle tops.

Now you are ready to play! Twist all the tops off and start matching the lowercase letters to the uppercase letters .

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