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Today it is time for the Weekly Virtual Book Club for Kids. The theme this week is Farms and the book of the week is Click Clack Moo: Cows that Type. For my activity this week I have made some printable farm words spelling mats. (See more of my book activities for kids!)
Have you joined in with the weekly Virtual Book Club for Kids yet? It is such a fun series with weekly themes and a bunch of bloggers participating to bring you great book-themed ideas for learning and play. See more of my Virtual Book Club posts. Also, join the Facebook group to keep up to date with all of the great content!
Now, back to my Farm Spelling mats. I made these for early learners and they have just the first letter missing. It is the perfect way for kids learning their letter sounds to find the first letters of the words.
The printable includes 10 spelling word mats with farm words and real-life farm images. To fill in the letters, you could do it a few ways depending on what you have on hand. We use these letter tiles for ours. You could use scrabble letters, too. Or a set of magnetic alphabet letters would work well. Don’t have any of those? Just write in the missing letters!
This is a fun preschool learning activity to go along with the Click Clack Moo book!
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More Click Clack Moo Farm Learning Ideas from the Virtual Book Club:
Click Clack Alphabet Letter Learning Laptop Activity- JDaniel4’s Mom
Farm Animal Letter Stamping – Mama Smiles
Farm Themed Name Recognition – Inspiration Laboratories
Farm Animal Math – My Storytime Corner
Farm Themed Sensory Bin-The Moments at Home
Easy Farm Animal Dump and Sort for Toddlers- Toddler Approved
Egg Science Experiment With Inertia – Preschool Powol Packets
Click Clack Moo Pencil Control Printable – Clare’s Little Tots
Scissor Skills Printable To Help The Baby Farm Animals Find Their Moms – To Be A Kid Again
Farm Animal Dice Game – My Bored Toddler
Farm Animal Domino Game – Rainy Day Mum
Click Clack Moo Activity with Shapes – The Educators’ Spin On It