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Use Alphabet Wheels for that “something different” to get children excited about learning and practicing upper and lowercase letter recognition.
Alphabet Wheels also provide a quick, easy and fun way to whole-group assess. Simply call out a letter. Students turn their wheel to that letter, then hold it up. You can see at a glance who is having difficulty.
The packet includes the following:
Alphabet Poster Game, with 20 template options, including pictures (black & white + color), words, uppercase letters and lowercase letters.
“Turn While You Learn” Alphabet Picture Wheel in black and white, with matching “Trace & Write” worksheets.
“Turn While You Learn” Alphabet Picture Wheel in color with DIFFERENT pictures, plus matching “Trace & Write” worksheets.
Large Uppercase Letter Wheel
Large “Trace & Write” Uppercase Letter Wheel
Large blank wheel, so students can write their own letters, and/or draw their own pictures.
5 Large picture wheels. Each one has different pictures. Includes 4 in color + 1 in black & white. They all have matching “Trace & Write” worksheets.
2 smaller uppercase letter wheel options
7 smaller lowercase letter wheel options.
Alphabet recording sheet bookmark
2 “Trace & Write” letter worksheets.
4 “I Spy A Letter” game worksheets. (Great for whole-group assessing) Includes an assessment recording chart.
Clothespin clip apple center/station activity/game.
Clothespin clip pumpkin center/station activity/game.
3 sets of colorful apple alphabet cards: uppercase, lowercase, & both (Aa), with a 4-page tip list of how to use the cards. Includes a blank (black and white) template, so students can make their own.
“Spin & Win Wheel Fun” worksheet game
“The Wheel Deal” Wagon wheel worksheet game
“Wheeler Dealer What’s the Word?” game, with 182-pocket chart word cards that match all of the pictures for all of the wheels.
Directions for whole group assessing with the alphabet wheels, assessment recording sheet, and a note home to parents enlisting their help for a struggling child.
Bookmarks, certificates of praise, and award ribbons, to use as incentives or paper prizes for the games.
I’m Diane from Teach With Me, hoping that your students really enjoy learning with an Alphabet Wheel.