Alphabet File Folder Songs for Basic Language

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PreK - 1st
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These 26 file folder songs use familiar tunes and work on vocabulary and basic language concepts for preschoolers or early language learners. They are error-less (students cannot make a mistake when choosing a verse) and encourage participation by any ability level. They are perfect for low language children and children learning English as a second language!

The 26 songs included in this download are each centered around a letter of the alphabet and set to familiar children's songs. Language concepts include: vocabulary, prepositions, verbs, categories, and simple grammar.

Enjoy using these songs every day! Perfect for parents, preschool teachers, special education teachers, and Speech Pathologists!

See my blog post about this product here.

Check out my File Folder Songs for Basic Language here and here.

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❤️ "Super cute! Just what I need for my kids to practice the letter sounds in a fun way while tackling other concepts as well."

❤️ "These are fantastic! One of my favorite TpT products!"

❤️ "These are great to use with my kindergarten students who have limited speech!"



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