Monday, May 21, 2012

{Learning at Home}: Alphabet Flip-cards using an IKEA Tolsby Frame (FREE download)

I love love LOVE IKEA Toslby frames!  
You can't beat the price at 99 cents, and the possibilities are endless.  
Here are some posts that give examples of how I've used them:
Here, here, and here.

When I took the plastic out of the frame, and added some book rings...
 the Tolsby frame became a flip-chart!

We have been practicing the alphabet with my three-year old 
and I thought that creating Alphabet Flip-cards would be a perfect idea for her!

I just printed the cards out on card stock, punched two holes at the top ... and that's it
(Well ... I did laminate them ... 
only because I have an almost-two-year old that would destroy them otherwise!)

If you are interested in downloading the alphabet flip-cards for FREE
then click here.

(an idea of what the pages look like)


Mackenzie said...

Great ideas! I would love to invite you to share this with my readers at Saturday Show & Tell on Cheerios and Lattes!
Have a Great Weekend,

Malia.hollowell said...

So creative and simple. I loved it and pinned it. Thanks for sharing!

Kristin said...

So cute! Would be a cute decoration too if you just did your last name initial or something like that. I could see it sitting on a shelf in my home =) Thanks for sharing

Visiting from I Heart Naptime

krystle levings said...

hi i absolutely love this idea !!!! i have kindy for the first time this year and i am going to use this idea !!!!
i would like to put them all around my classroom tables ... is there anyway i could get a copy that i could edit cause i would love to have them all different colours ? like red, green, blue, purple and pink ???

Alison Keith said...

I LOVE this but is there any chance you have the file without the yellow background? That will use so much of my color ink. I'd rather it be plain black letters and then throw some color cardstock into the printer. Thanks!

AJ Moore said...

I love this! Is there any way to get a copy with a white background to print on various colored paper? My printer yells at me for using too much ink!;-) Thanks!