E is just in the beginning stages of learning her alphabet. I thought this would be a fun matching game for our next few units (The Little Rabbit, and The Carrot Seed).
I didn't take pictures during the entire process, but I will best describe how I created our carrot patch alphabet board. I used two packs of these paper carrots that were purchased for $1 a piece from the Target dollars spot.
I wrote the alphabet, in capital letters, on the leafy green tops of each carrot. Using a blue poster board (the largest size I could find at Hobby Lobby, this kind was also a bit thicker than the kinds you find at Walgreens, etc) I created a carrot patch. I folded a brown piece of construction paper in half lengthwise, then cut 1 inch off on one side (to create a pocket with a larger piece in the back. I glued my 'dirt' pockets to the poster board and ta-da! Carrot patch!
I went ahead and wrote the whole alphabet in the 'dirt' so that E could match the carrots correctly. If you have an older child, this definitely isn't necessary. But, like I said earlier, E is just in the beginning process of learning her letters so this will make it easier for her to put them in the correct order.