Alphabet Lego Cards: Lowercase


I am thrilled to be able to bring you these Lowercase Alphabet Lego Cards today!  I was so excited to hear stories and see pictures of your precious ones using my Uppercase Lego Cards, that I had to make these for you!  John is still working on his uppercase letters right now, but he had fun watching me and helping me create each “little letter” — we are on the road to learning the lowercase and matching upper with lower.  

This printable set includes 26 cards, one for each lowercase letter, as well as a cover card.  We like to cut them out and put them on a binder ring.

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As a former kindergarten teacher, M.Ed., I believe children learn through a multi-sensory approach.  They need to see, hear, say, and touch what they are learning, and Legos can be used in a multitude of ways for learning! We learn our uppercase letters first around here {see Early Literacy Stage 1} and we are currently working on matching uppercase and lowercase letters {see Early Literacy Stage 4}.

Lego Letter Activities

  • Take turns creating the Lego Letters: Have your child guess what letter you made and see if he/she can make it themselves
  • Use both sets of Lego Letter Cards for practice in matching upper and lowercase
  • Use other letters around the house (letter magnets, cut out from magazines) and line them up with your Lego Card and Lego Letter
  • Make the Lego Letter and then find an object in your house that begins with that letter’s sound
  • Give your child three letters and three objects that begins with their sounds, ask them to match the objects to the letters for great phonics practice {See Montessori Alphabet Box for more ideas}

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Make sure to check out my Uppercase Alphabet Lego Cards as well as my Free Printables page — I am always adding new and fun learning resources!   

Happy Easter! {“He is Risen” Free Printable Poster}

Happy Easter! {"He is Risen" Free Printable Poster} from Wildflower Ramblings

Thank you Jesus for taking my place. Thank you for destroying death and darkness and shadows and brokenness and this world. I think this year, more than most, I cling to the knowledge that though our bodies carry around with us the sin of this world and the death of Jesus, we have Hope because of the resurrection of Jesus. All glory be to Him, our Lord and Savior.

I am posting today so you will have this in time for tomorrow, Easter Sunday.  Blessings to you on this glorious Resurrection Day.  Please see my Preparing our hearts for Easter post for some easy & simple children’s activity ideas.

I hope this free printable poster blesses you today!  {Download includes Easter “He is Risen!” Poster without my watermark!}


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Clip art by Sabina at The Ink Nest.

Preparing our hearts for Easter


We have been working on several activities to prepare our hearts for Easter.  I wanted to share them with you today — it’s not too late to just do a few simple activities with your child to show them the true meaning of Easter — that God became man so that he could save us from our sin!  What amazing news!!


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The first learning activity we are doing together is utilizing the amazing ebook by oh Amanda: Sense of the Resurrection.
A Sense of the Resurrection

This wonderful 12 part ebook guides children in using their senses to understand and learn about the resurrection of Jesus Christ.  Smell, hear, taste, see, touch.  I love how this ebook is organized — it is simple and concise — with Scripture and activities and coloring pages.  A perfect Easter learning curriculum to do with children.  It can be quick and short, or you can draw out the lessons to be longer if you’d like. You can print it out or use it straight from your iPad or computer.

A Sense of the Resurrection

I wanted to share just two of the activities we have done.  My son has loved this time (he’s not the “coloring/crafting” type, so he appreciates the sensing of these learning times!!)  I don’t want to share more because, of course, you’ll have to buy Sense of the Resurrection for yourself (it is just $7.99)!

Here we are washing each other’s feet, as Jesus did for his disciples before the Last Supper.   John was hesitant at first, but then was very eager to have his feet washed and then wash mommy’s feet. Feel!

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And I made a special Naan Bread to remember that Jesus’ body has been broken for us.  John loved doing the Lord’s Supper together, we read the Scripture and talked about it for a long time.  Taste!


We have also been reviewing the Resurrection Story with Easter Eggs.  Check out our post for details on how to easily make this with supplies you already have from home — includes a free printable!

Resurrection Eggs

We would love to make an Easter Garden, but probably won’t until next year.

Easter Garden tutorial

We may try to make these Resurrection rolls from Teach Mama.

esurrection rolls teach the easter story to kids

And this free Easter Tomb craft looks like a wonderful hands on craft!

We have also been playing with our Egglo Eggs set in the dark mornings.  Jesus is the light of the world!  Check out our full Egglo Glow in the Dark Eggs review for more ideas!

Egglo Easter Eggs
We’re always working through our various bibles, especially focusing on our Bible felting stories of Palm Sunday, The Last Supper, In the Garden, At the Trial, Crucifixion, and Resurrection.

Check out our Bible Learning Time Resources post for more details!

Bible Learning Time

We have made new pages in our Preschool Bible Notebook for all of the above leading-up-to Easter stories too.  We are reading the story and then drawing a quick picture with a prayer in our Bible Notebook.


For more Easter Activity ideas, check out my Easter Pinterest Board — many of these ideas involve Eggs and Bunnies, but I’ve tried to include some Christ-related things too….

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I hope that you are enjoying the true meaning of Easter with your little ones!  He is risen!

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ABC Learning: Sticker Dot Letter Review

ABC Learning: Sticker Dot Letter Review from Wildflower Ramblings

Help your child review their ABC Learning with stickers!  A Sticker Dot Review!  A fun and easy review that emphasizes literacy and fine motor skills!  All you need is paper and some sticker dots for this simple activity. Once your child knows their uppercase letters, you could move on to matching lowercase and uppercase. Simple and cheap.  Love it.  And John was so proud of himself at the end!

DSC05144 DSC05146 DSC05147 DSC05154Looking for more Alphabet Learning Ideas?  Check out my extensive ABC Learning Pinterest Board!  I am adding new ideas from many amazing bloggers every day!

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