Alphabet Letters of the Week A-Z Bundle Print & Digital

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PreK - 2nd, Homeschool
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Do you need to introduce your students to the English alphabet with a letter of the week activity? This bundle features print and (digital in progress for all packs) activities for letters A-Z of the alphabet.

►► Update 2021

This bundle is currently being updated to include boom digital cards and additional sheets featuring a clutter-free design to enhance student focus and engagement.

  • This bundle features American English spelling.


  • The letter A-Z bundle features phonemic awareness, decoding and blending activities to develop and build reading skills at the Kindergarten level.

  • This resource adopts the systematic phonics instruction method that is designed to increase accuracy in decoding and word recognition skills, which in turn will lay the foundation for fluency in reading at later stages.

  • The 26 letters of the English alphabet will be introduced. Each letter pack will facilitate students to decode, blend, and segment so they will be able to read basic VC, CVC words and sight words.

  • Activities do not simply focus on letter-sound recognition but rather on decoding and blending of CVC words/word families in addition to recognition and reading of sight words.

  • Students will start by learning the letters ‘ /s/, /a/, /t/, /n/, /i/, /p/, /c/’ first, this is because once they know each of these letters, they can be arranged to spell different words (for example: sat, pin, nip, tan, tin, sip, tip etc.). Both uppercase and lowercase letters are introduced.

  • Next in sequence will be the letters: /k/, /e/,/h/,/r/,/m/,/d/,/g/,/o/,/u/,l/,/f/,/b/, and finally, /j/,/z/,/w/,/v/,/y/,/x/,/q/

  • The bundle features student-friendly font, graphics, and an appealing layout of print-n-go sheets. Cover options included if collating sheets into a booklet. Activities include identifying, decoding, tracing, writing, coloring, sorting, drawing and other fun activities with spinners and glitter.

  • The activities are interactive and involve lots of practice in reading, writing and cutting and pasting to develop hand-eye motor coordination skills. After completion of each letter, students get to make their own ‘Letter Champ’ crown and bracelet.

  • Foldable mini-books and flipbooks for each letter and word family provide ample fun practice.

  • Fluency strips (Accordion-style foldables) build reading fluency of word families. at, -an, -ap, -it, -in, -ip, -et, -en, -am, -im, -ad, -ed, -id, -ag, -eg, -ig,-og,-ot,-op, -ug, -ut, -up, -us, -ub, -um, -un, -u

  • Clip-it Cards provide further practice of identifying missing consonants, vowels and letter blends in words.

  • -at, -an, -ap, -it, -in, -ip, -et, -en, -am, -im, -ad, -ed, -id, -ag, -eg, -ig,-og,-ot,-op, -ug, -ut, -up, -us, -ub, -um, -un, -u

  • Word Family Puzzles -at, -an, -ap, -ip, -it, -in, -et, -en, -am, -im, -im, -ad, -ed, -id, -ag, -eg, -ig,-og,-ot,-op, -ug, -ut, -up, -us, -ub, -um, -un, -u

  • Alphabet Picture Cards

  • Sight Words Flashcards (Dolch)

  • Core Words Booklets

  • Crown and Wristbands (colored and blackline)

  • Finger Puppets

Each letter pack contains review material of the previous letter packs. For example, “Letter S’ pack will review and integrate skills from ‘Letter A’ pack. Activities will also focus on decoding, blending and segmenting as letters are introduced. This way students will engage in constant review and new learning to develop reading skills in the process.

Individual Packs Included

Bonus Files Included

The bundle is complete, however, bonus resources will be added intermittently. A link in the included Pdf file will provide you with access to the below bonus packs.

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Demonstrate understanding of the organization and basic features of print.
Follow words from left to right, top to bottom, and page by page.
Recognize that spoken words are represented in written language by specific sequences of letters.
Understand that words are separated by spaces in print.
Recognize and name all upper- and lowercase letters of the alphabet.


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