Do you have students that forget the order of the alphabet or have trouble remembering what upper case and lower case letters look like? Do they also confuse their “b” with their “d”? Could they benefit from the visual support of an alphabet strip in close proximity to their work space? These handy alphabet strips include the upper case and lower case versions of all 26 letters of the alphabet in Comic Sans MS size 18 font. (I'm not sure why they look scripted in the preview.) Vowels are highlighted in yellow. An image of a baseball helps children recognize the lower case letter “b” and an image of a drum helps children recognize the lower case letter “d”.
There are three alphabet strips per page. The strips are approximately 1 ½ inches by 10 inches. Laminate them and use them as name tags on desks or bookmarks. They can also be attached to writing folders and covered in thick clear packaging tape for durability.
Thanks for looking!
:) Michele Parker