In preschool learning our letters is such an important thing. It is the gateway to reading and more. Well I can not sit them down and drill the letters into them, who would want to learn that way?? lol So I scour Pinterest almost daily for new ways for the kids to PLAY with letters. I came across a printable, free activity, a week or so ago that you can use in several different ways. See original site idea here with printable. I love when I come across free printables.
After I printed them and laminated them I tried to find a place in my classroom where I could hang sting for the kids to play with them like the teacher did on her site. Well I could not find such a place. So instead I turned a piece of card board into a mobile hanging activity. I covered the card board with some brown paper and glues on yarn and then glued the clothes pins over that. I spaced them out for easier hanging. As you can see everything fits on pretty nicely. I originally forgot to put the letter "L" on there and one of my students was kind enough to point it out. :) Other then that it was a fairly easy thing to make. I do have the occasional half of the clothes pin that falls off but i have that same problem when using clothes pins in general with my class. Not really sure why they can't keep the clothes pins together but oh well they go right back together with ease.