Homeschooling Rescue | Meet the Alphabet Fairy!

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PreK - K, Homeschool
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Homeschooling? Need a homeschooling rescue? Meet the Alphabet Fairy ~ she’s coming to the rescue! Use this time with your PreSchooler or Kindergartener to enjoy the excitement of learning the alphabet in such a fun way. I used this activity with my son when he was a little boy. This all took place long before the Christmas elf appeared on our shelves, but all the fun and excitement was definitely there. Each day the Alphabet Fairy hides a letter to be found. Once it is found, that letter is celebrated all day. Soooo much fun!

Alphabetic Principle is a foundational reading skill. Before children read they need to learn that those “sticks and circles” are letters, letters make sounds, and sounds make words. The research tells us that when more of the five senses are involved in learning, the more likely your child is able to move the information into long term memory.

The activities in this packet include things to sing, to eat, to act out, to paint, and much, much more! This is a great way to get your PreK and Kindergarten child excited about the alphabet all while turning this time together into a precious memory your child will have for a life time.

I hope you will invite the Alphabet Fairy into your home and your child’s life. It can be as much or as little as you want ~ customize it to fit your life. Enjoy this time spent learning the alphabet with your child. Taking the first steps toward literacy is a magical adventure!

So, from my class to your home, Happy Teaching!


What is included in this packet?

  • Cover page
  • For the parent
  • Activities for every letter of the alphabet, A to Z
  • Activities include: stories to read, language activities, vocabulary words, math fun, science and health activities, some fun with social studies, character education, and fine arts: art, music, movement, and cooking!
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Demonstrate basic knowledge of one-to-one letter-sound correspondences by producing the primary sound or many of the most frequent sounds for each consonant.
Recognize and name all upper- and lowercase letters of the alphabet.


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