This form provides a super simple, visual way for students to track their learning of the letters of the alphabet!! Students will be very motivated to fill up their gumball machine and will be very excited to take home their completed chart after they have mastered all of the letters!!
Here is my suggestion for using this in the classroom: In my classroom, I will print a set of Alphabet Tracking forms on card stock with the uppercase letters on one side and the lowercase letters on the other. At least once a week, I will re-assess each student’s alphabet knowledge using this form. If the student can identify the letter correctly, the student will place a “color coding label” sticker over that gumball. You can also simply have the student color the letters that are correctly identified. After the student can identify all of the letters, he/she can take the paper home to celebrate!! Depending on your school’s policy, you might even give them a piece of bubble gum as a reward!!
I hope you enjoy using the resource in your classroom :)
If you are looking for a few other Alphabet resources, you might want to check out these:
*Alphabet Q-Tip Painting Pages*
*Alphabet Emergent Reader Foldable Little Books *
*Alphabet Independent Practice Pages *
*Alphabet All-Stars Handwriting Practice*
*I Have … Who Has Alphabet Games *
*Alphabet Number Puzzles *
*Alphabet Write the Room *
*FREE Differentiated Alphabet Readers for the Letter Aa*
Thanks for looking and happy teaching!!