Using the pictures as a guide, children read the page, trace the letters, write the letters, then color the picture.
Afterwards, they cut the pages into 1/4ths (grab that teachable moment to review fractions if you're studying them) collate the pages and then staple their booklet together.
There's a template for a 4-on-a-page booklet, as well as one with 8-on-a page, so you can make an Itty Bitty Alpha-bits booklet.
Choose which one's right for your kiddos.
When everyone has completed their booklet, read it together as a whole group to cover concepts of print.
Finally, there's also a "Color Me" alphabet poster. Children can do this all at once, or keep the poster in their writing journals, and color only the letters that they have studied & mastered.
When they're done they'll have a nice keepsake that they can be proud of.
I'm Diane from Teach With Me. I hope your kiddos enjoy making this little alphabet booklet as much as mine do.
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