Many young learners find it difficult to correctly write their letters - especially with some letters being tall, small, or falling. The letter house in an activity that can be done one-one or whole group to help learners realize where each letter "lives." Later, this helps them remember the topography of each letter.
The house is divided into three stories: attic, first floor, and basement. Letters that "live" on each floor depend on how they look. For example, a, c, and e all live on the first floor while b and d live in the attic. Letters like y and g live in the basement.
The document includes a blank letter house and a scaffolded letter house with tracers inside.
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