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FREE Integrated Letter ID, Phonics, Reading, Handwriting: Daily Work & Reader

FREE Integrated Letter ID, Phonics, Reading, Handwriting:  Daily Work & Reader
FREE Integrated Letter ID, Phonics, Reading, Handwriting:  Daily Work & Reader
FREE Integrated Letter ID, Phonics, Reading, Handwriting:  Daily Work & Reader
FREE Integrated Letter ID, Phonics, Reading, Handwriting:  Daily Work & Reader
FREE Integrated Letter ID, Phonics, Reading, Handwriting:  Daily Work & Reader
FREE Integrated Letter ID, Phonics, Reading, Handwriting:  Daily Work & Reader
FREE Integrated Letter ID, Phonics, Reading, Handwriting:  Daily Work & Reader
FREE Integrated Letter ID, Phonics, Reading, Handwriting:  Daily Work & Reader
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➤ Kinder Sounds FREEBIE workbook & readers bundle is ideal for learning and reinforcing the foundational skills for Kindergarten ELA standards. This free sample includes 8 no-prep pages of unique and fun daily work with two companion 5-page alphabet readers. If your children have not yet learned conventional letter formations, and you want them to be writing and exploring sounds, but not be developing detrimental handwriting habits, this is the tool for you!

Phonics, reading, and writing prompts are aligned for both:
1.) pre-CCSS foundational skills and
2.) beginning CCSS standards that are expected for early kindergarteners. Embedded cues and prompts inform children of letter formation conventions [including starting at the top and using single strokes] before you begin or concurrent with formal handwriting instruction.

Daily Literacy skills:
◎ Phonics -consonant and vowel sounds.
◎ Reading simple nouns with picture cues.
◎ Letter writing with formation reinforcement.
◎ Upper and lowercase letter identification.
◎ Capital and lowercase letter discrimination.
◎ Alphabet sequence.
◎ Fine motor skills.
◎ Discriminating vowel sounds.
◎ Using a text as a reference source.

How do these worksheets help children develop conventional letter formations?
Go-Dots and arrows provide cues to support children in using correct letter formations that start at the top and go the correct direction. This type of single stroke formation is consistent with both contemporary Zaner Bloser-style and Handwriting Without Tears-style instruction. Academic research has shown that automaticity of handwriting is critical for written communication, at all ages. This will help children who have poorly formed letters including those who are using balls and sticks to develop more efficient motor habits.

The entire resourse can be found here: Integrated Letter ID, Phonics, Reading, Handwriting: Daily Work & Reader


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