This alphabet chart can serve many purposes. First, you can use attach it to the back of a two-pocket folder that you might use as a “home” folder to the kids see it often. It can be made into a large chart, if you have a poster maker, and then displayed in a writing center. Another way to use it would be to laminate it and use it in a small group.
There are many ways to use it in a small group. If you are familiar with Jan Richardson’s Eight Ways of Working with Letters, then this is a perfect addition to your guided reading!
One of those activities she suggests is having kids match letters to an alphabet chart. You can learn more about Jan Richardson’s methods in her new book, Next Steps Forward in Guided Reading
This chart can also be used during interactive or guided writing, as there is a space at the bottom of the chart that kids can practice writing the letter, while another child is “sharing the pen”.
Lastly, this can be printed for each child to use as a reference during writer’s workshop. It should be in their writing folder.
An alphabet chart is a must have for any teacher of primary kids.
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