I needed to brighten up my room, so I made these Black and Red Polka Dot Alphabet Wall Cards. I also made some fun and easy activities to go along with them.
If you are a visual learner, like me, please check out the preview before reading the product description. :-)
Here's what's included in this 105 page product:
This is a versatile classroom décor product.
You can print the pages on cardstock and laminate and use in your classroom as décor. You can also print this product using the “MULTIPLE” setting of Adobe. With this option, you can make smaller versions of the pages for student use.
The Alphabet Cards with pictures:
Print normally to hang in your classroom
Print 2 by 2 or smaller, and you have handy alphabet cards to use in your guided reading groups. (punch and place on a book ring) You can also use these for coordinating word wall letters.
The Alphabet Cards without pictures:
Print normally and ask your students what pictures could be used in the blanks. Then add the provided pictures. This makes for an interactive lesson. Great to start of the year when you are just reviewing skills.
Print on 2 by 2 setting along with the alphabet pictures and you have a simple station for practicing beginning sounds.
The Alphabet Cards without letters:
Print normally, laminate. Then ask your students to tell you which letter should go in each blank. Let a student write it in. using dry erase or vis-à-vis markers.
Print on 2 by 2 setting and laminate. And cut apart. You have a station for students to practice handwriting and beginning sounds at the same time.
For a better look, check out the preview. :)