These Alphabet Templates/Graphic Organizers are a simple way to get your children “drawing/writing.” Children draw 4 pictures that begin with the designated letter. This flexible resource is perfect for building letter and sound sense while giving children a chance to make choices and be creative. It's not just a circle the letter this object begins with or color the items that begin with a letter. Designed for Kindergarten but could be used in Pre-K also.
I usually make an Anchor Chart with children brainstorming things that begin with the specified letter. I draw a picture and then label the picture. These templates lead children to their own unique work- they can copy from my anchor chart or come up with their own pictures.
I use these early in the year when introducing the letters- usually one letter per day.
You may want to compile all letter pages into a booklet. Children and parents love the booklet. More importantly it is an organized way to show growth. Most children improve tremendously from the first page to the last. Some even begin to label their drawings! There are 4 cover pages- pick your favorite. If you are making a booklet, choose the pages with the wider left margin- giving you room to staple or bind.
If you are not making a booklet, choose from the first sets of templates with narrow margins.
All templates are provided in 3 different fonts to suit your style or need- a chunky font, a simple primary font, and a bubble font where children can color in the letters.
Need to differentiate? Encourage writers/readers to add labels or sentences to their drawings.
Check out my Annie Jewell I Can Do templates:
I Can Do BUNDLE- ME, Colors, Alphabet, Numbers, and Shapes- NO PREP
I Can Do ME
I Can Do Colors
I Can Do Shapes
I Can Do Numbers