Alphabet PowerPoints- Science of Reading - Speech to Print Letters

Brenda Tejeda
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PreK - 1st
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  1. This bundle includes 8 resources to help your students learn the alphabet! From introducing the letters with an interactive PowerPoint, to reinforcing the sounds with mini-books, worksheets, and games, this resource will engage your little learners in mastering the alphabet!Click the previews to see
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  2. Introduce letters with a sounds-first approach with these practice pages, sound cards, and interactive PowerPoints! Use these multisensory resources to help your students make letter-sound connections faster.Start with the PowerPoint to get your kids moving to learn the letter. Then, use the pages w
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These kinesthetic PowerPoints are sure to get your kids moving to learn their letters and sounds! Each letter includes 9 activities, incorporating movement in learning the alphabet!

***UPDATED: Now includes a speech-to-print approach. This method aligns with the science of reading research. Introducing letters by sound first, rather than print helps kids make the letter-sound connections faster.

PowerPoint Activities for each letter:

  • Isolate the sound: Students say 4 picture names and identify the focus sound.
  • Analyze articulation: Discuss how the sound "feels." How is the mouth formed? What is the tongue touching? etc.
  • Action: Each letter has a motion for students to perform with the letter sound: A- alligator chomp, B-bunny hop, etc.
  • Body-Spelling: Students make the letter with their bodies
  • Sound Extension or Bounce: Students point to follow the dotted line to extend the sound or 'bounce' it
  • Pointing Dots under alliterative sentences help kids track words with 1:1 correspondence
  • Sky-writing capital and lowercase letters
  • Sky-circling pictures that begin with the target sound
  • Turn & Talk: The last slide asks students to turn to a partner and share ideas of more examples

Includes a free digital upgrade! A Google slides version that can be used on tablets or any device by students! Includes audio, animated gifs, moveable parts. . . so much fun!

In addition to the activities above, there are half and full-page alphabet sheets where kids can draw and write an example. Use these for

  • exit tickets
  • whole-group extension activity
  • center activity
  • make a class book

***Try my Body-Spelling Sight Word PowerPoints! Interactive PowerPoints that incorporate movement to teach sight words!***

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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.
Understand that words are separated by spaces in print.
Recognize and name all upper- and lowercase letters of the alphabet.
Demonstrate understanding of spoken words, syllables, and sounds (phonemes).


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