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I created this pack out of the desire to have a simple pack of items that I could use with my Kindergarten students to reinforce the letters and their sounds. I used this pack with my students last year, and had a lot of success with it. I gave the pack an update to make it user-friendly and with new clip art.
Inside you will find (for each letter of the alphabet)
1. Beginning Sounds Practice (Cut and Glue): Practice identifying pictures that start with the focus letter's sound. For A, there is a picture of an apple. The students cut out the small pictures and glue to the apple the other words that start with the letter a.
2. Uppercase and Lowercase Letter Sorts (Cut and Glue): For each letter, students sort between capital and lowercase. Then students practice tracing the uppercase and lowercase version of the focus letter.
3. Letter & Sound Practice: Students find and circle the uppercase and lowercase versions of the focus letter. Then they trace and write the letter. Then they circle/cross out the pictures that start/do not start with the focus letter's sound.
4. Handwriting Practice: Ample practice for tracing and writing each letter.
5. Dot & Write Handwriting Practice: Students use bingo daubers or do-a-dot markers to dot the focus letter, than trace it/write it underneath.
6. Play Dough Mats: Students can build the uppercase and lowercase version of the letter out of play dough (or other items) then practice writing the letters below.
7. Bubblegum Find It (Do-A-Dot): Students dot, cover, or color in the pieces of gum that have the correct focus letter on it.
8. Printable Anchor Charts: Half-sheet sized to save resources. Includes a color image, manuscript letters on handwriting lines, and a word to match the picture.
9. **New 8/12/2016** Circular word wall headers that match the printable anchor chart. These could also be used as guided reading level basket labels.
10. **New 8/12/2016** Alphabet anchor chart with real photographs that match the images on the other alphabet charts/the main images on the worksheets.
I hope you enjoy them and that your students get as much out of them as mine have! Please let me know if you have any questions, comments, or concerns.