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Olympics Letter Tile Spelling Mats

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The Letter Tiles Spelling Mats were so well received yesterday, I just had to post another!

Since the Olympics are here, I thought it might be fun to include them in our learning fun. In the same style as the Basic Letter Tiles Spelling mats, the Olympic Spelling pages have Olympic vocabulary and pictures. Since we live in the United States, the flag is a USA flag. Go Red, White, and Blue!

Olympics Letter Tiles Spelling Mats

These are free for everyone, no strings attached. However, I do encourage you to subscribe and download the Letter Tiles Spelling Mats for subscribers and get alerts for future printables and learning activities. I've got a list of Letter Tile Mats I'm working on, so you'll want to be in the know!

Download---> Olympics Letter Tile Spelling Mats

You'll need letter tiles for this activity. The letter tiles we use and I design for are the Eureka Letter Tiles Tub. I also laminate them for durability.

Need more Olympic learning acitivities? Check out my Olympics Pinterest board!

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Lisa @Our Country Road

Wednesday 5th of February 2014

These are great! Thank you!!

Sara McClure

Thursday 6th of February 2014

You're welcome! Enjoy!

Adelien Tan

Wednesday 5th of February 2014

You use the Olympic themes successfully. This is a great activity for early childhood kids. Thanks for sharing.

Sara McClure

Thursday 6th of February 2014

You're welcome! Thanks!