Our Alphabet Worksheets are a great compilation of activities to help reinforce the alphabet skills needed for successful reading! Your class or child will learn:
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Our Alphabet Worksheets are designed to help children grow in their knowledge of letters. All of the worksheets are intended to reinforce the skills that you are teaching your class.
It teaches phonemic awareness, phonics, spelling, reading and introductory writing. This educational workbook takes a new twist on learning by incorporating pictures, phonics and writing to help engage your class and make learning fun!
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Each letter has five cross-curricular reproducible worksheets that reinforce letters and their sounds. Use them all while learning each letter or pick and choose.
The worksheets are:
**Letter Recognition and Formation. (Here the student will see the letter and have several opportunities to trace the letter and get a "feel" for how the letter is formed. Pictures are also included in these worksheets so the child can associate a letter with a picture and thus learn the sound!)
**Tracing the letter and matching it to the picture. (This is a great way to reinforce not only the sound of the letter you are studying but also the other letters of the alphabet.)
**Patterning. (Each letter has a worksheet that has a series of patterns revolving around the letter and a picture of a word that starts with that letter.)
**Phonetic Awareness. (This particular worksheet is great for teaching your class the sound that each letter makes. Both the uppercase and lowercase letter are showcased in the center of the page and the children should identify the pictures and draw lines from the the letter to the pictures that begin with that letter.)
**Letter Picture Dictionary. (This is a great way to wrap up your study of each letter. I like to provide each child with a notebook and after we finish up our week on a letter we add the picture chart to our notebooks. This has also come in handy while they are learning to journal as a point of reference.)