These Alphabet Practice Sheets are designed with a highly supportive format to help students refine letter identification skills and knowledge of letter sounds while learning proper letter formation.
To complete these sheets, students:
★ Rainbow trace the letter, using proper letter formation. I find it’s important to model this step before students begin.
★ Find and say the letter. (I like to have kids use a yellow crayon or highlighter for this step.)
★ Trace and then write the letter.
★ Trace and read words starting with the letter. This is a perfect time to focus on initial sounds and/or blending skills.
★ Optional: Return to the letter find. Use a pencil to circle words within the letter find. So all students can be successful, the words at the bottom of the page are included. To differentiate and review, common high frequency words are also included.
Some “bonus sheets” designed to help students retain their knowledge of letter formation and refine their letter-sound knowledge after completing the letter writing sheets are also included.
Many thanks for stopping by and taking a look!
Sincerely, Anne Gardner (NBCT, Literacy)
Very First Alphabet Sentences
Very First Sight Word Sentences
Very First Reading Comprehension Passages
Reading Comprehension Passages for Guided Reading Level D