Perfect for developing eye-hand coordination, letter recognition and so much more. I use the alphabet patterns in small group to create alphabet pages and unique art pieces. During our study of, The Very Hungry Caterpillar the students traced the uppercase letter C and transformed the letter C into a caterpillar. They also traced the uppercase letter B and transformed the letter B into a butterfly.
Alphabet Patterns contains the following:
• All uppercase letters (2) to a page except for the letters G and Z. They are only (1) to a page.
Directions: Print on card stock and trim to solid line. Next laminate for durability and trim laminate to pattern. Some letters are reversed to accommodate two letters on one page. Simply flip the pattern over for the correct letter orientation.
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GELDS (Georgia Early Learning and Development Standards)
PDM6.4a Performs fine-motor tasks that require small-muscle strength and control.
SED1.4c Shows confidence in a range of abilities and the capacity to accomplish tasks and take on new tasks.
APL2.4a Demonstrates eagerness to learn about and discuss new topics, ideas and tasks.
CLL1.4b Listens to and follows multi-step directions.
CLL7.4a With prompting and support, recognizes and names some upper and lower case letters of the alphabet.
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