# All About the Letter A - Letter of the Week SMARTBoard Activities!

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This is my first Letter of the Week SMARTNotebook file made for Teachers Pay Teachers. Your feedback is much appreciated to improve later activities. I have used a variety of the activities in both whole and small group instruction. The students like dragging objects on the SMARTBoard so much that I usually have it as an independent center for them to continue to practice their letter skills.

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High quality graphics are used thanks to www.MyCuteGraphics and Ashley Hughes Graphics.

The SMARTBoard file contains the following activities:

Where is the letter A? Circle the upper and lowercase letter out of a random group of letters. Then count and write how many uppercase and lowercase A’s you found.

Direct teacher-led instruction on how to write both the upper and lowercase letter A.

Let’s write the letter A. Individual practice for students.

Write the missing letter. Students write the missing letter of words beginning with the letter A.

Help Andy Astronaut get to the asteroid. Draw a line from Andy to the asteroid following the path of upper and lowercase letter A.

What comes next? Drag the picture and or letter which come next in the pattern.

What does not belong? Put an X on the letter and or picture that does not belong.

Sort uppercase and lowercase letter A. Upper and lowercase letters are printed on red apples. Drag the apples to the matching tree.

Sort beginning letter /a/ sound. Drag the pictures that begin with the /a/ sound to the apple.

Find, Graph, and Tally. Find the letters, count the letters, and color in the correct number of squares. Then practice using tally marks to count the letters. Then determine which letter had the most and which had the least.

Find, Graph, and Tally. Find the picture, count the pictures, and color in the correct number of squares. Then practice using tally marks to count the pictures. Then determine which picture had the most and which had the least.

Directions: It is recommended NOT to save the file once you have downloaded and extracted. This way the games does not have to be re-set.

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Credits:
www.KevinandAmanda.com (Free Fonts)
www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Ashley-Hughes-38 (Graphic Images)
www.MyCuteGraphics.com (Graphic Images)
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