After seeing this idea on Pinterest from Vanessa @pre-kpages.com, I adapted it by adding a movement component. To make your own Hungry Puppy, glue a magnet on a small stuffed animal, gather some alphabet magnets, and purchase an inexpensive dog dish (from Dollar Tree). Have your ABC’s of Movement® activity cards handy or make up movements that correspond to each alphabet letter. Children will love taking turns feeding the puppy alphabet letters, identifying the letters, letter sounds, and then leading their friends in movements. Encourage older children to identify words that start with each letter the puppy chooses. This fun, hands-on early literacy game is perfect for children 3-6 years of age and should be played with adult supervision. In addition to alphabet letter recognition and early literacy skills, children also develop social emotional learning by taking turns and waiting their turn.