Name Activities for Kindergarten

Our names are important. They are part of our identities and our stories. They are generally one of the first words we learn to say, read, and write.

Mon nom est Tonnerre

Last week I read the book Mon nom est Tonnerre (“Thunder Boy Jr.” in English) with my class. After having a conversation about why our names are important, we each decorated the first letter in our name and put them up on our alphabet wall using this great freebie from Mme Caroline.

Our alphabet wall with decorated letters on Mme Caroline’s templates. I was asked about the bulletin board paper, and it’s Better Than Paper by Teacher Created Resources. This one is the Rustic Wood pattern, and I have the Clouds pattern up on my other boards. I put it up in September 2019 and it has lasted really nicely so far.

Name Activities & Resources

Ripped paper name art

What are your favourite name activities in Kindergarten?

Published by Britney Allen

I am a French Immersion teacher fuelled by chocolate, leopard print, and family & friends. I love sharing and hearing new ideas.

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