These Print and Fold Alphabet Books are designed with a high level of picture support. Each sentence has the same pattern: _____ is for _____. Because of this highly supportive format, children can learn basic foundational skills while also developing letter identification skills. These books are designed to be introduced at school and then sent home for repeated reading.
This pack includes a book for each letter of the alphabet. For the vowels, two books are included. One book features the short vowel sound and the other book focuses solely on the long vowel sound.
My kids love to use these to play Very First Alphabet Sentence Matching Games. To prepare, just print on cardstock and cut the individual pages out to use as playing cards for your favorite memory/matching games.
I have included two pages of cards for a Very First Alphabet Sentence Bang Game. To play, just lay the alphabet cards you would like students to read and the “Bang” cards face down on a table. Students take turns picking and reading cards. But if they get a “Bang" card, they have to put all their cards back. My kids ask to play this game again and again.
The letters on the title page are presented in outline form. I like to have students use colored pencils or thin markers to trace within each letter using several different colors.
These pictures appear in color, but also print well in black and white.
Thanks so much for stopping by and taking a look!
Sincerely, Anne Gardner, NBCT Literacy
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Reading Comprehension Passages for Guided Reading Level E
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