Letter Match Task Book has been designed with the intention of helping special needs students gain letter identification skills. Optimized for individual practice. When prepared properly can be used repeatedly. Letter identification is an essential skill your special needs student will be able to take with them the rest of their life.
Please download PREVIEW for an idea as to the learning activity you can create.
Task Book Cover (Page 2)
13 Page Task Book (Pages 3-15)
26 Uppercase Letter Cards (Pages 16-20)
26 Lowercase Letter Cards (Pages 21-25)
Step 1: Print Task Book Cover, Pages, and Cards (Pages 2-25). I recommend you use a high quality cardstock for added durability.
Step 2: Laminate EVERYTHING! (Optional but HIGHLY recommended as you may wish to use this activity repeatedly)
Step 3: Cut Out Letter Cards.
Step 4: Three hole punch task book pages and bind together in three ring binder or with binder rings.
Step 5: Apply sticky back Velcro to the back of Letter Cards and designated area of Task Book pages.
Step 6: LEARN!
Students complete Task Book by accurately matching Letter Cards to designated area of Task Book page. There are two ways to complete activity matching uppercase letters to uppercase letters OR matching uppercase letters to lowercase letters. When complete teacher can review for accuracy. Can be repeated until letter identification has been mastered.
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