These alphabet activities will help your kids master letter recognition, beginning sounds, writing a simple sentence, and build their vocabulary. Your kids will be learning the alphabet names, alphabet sounds, letter formation, writing simple sentences, concepts of print, beginning sounds, making a list, labeling, sight words, and how to use QR codes with these 8 units.
I've decided to put all things alphabet in 1 bundle. You can click on the individual links to and download the preview of each bundle to see what all is included!
•Alphabet Beginning Sounds:
Includes 26 build-in mini lessons for each beginning sound. Students have the option to scan a QR code to hear the pictures names and beginning sound of the correct choices for each beginning sound picture mat. These work well place in plastic sleeves in a binder or you can laminate and introduce them in the sequence you teach letter recognition and beginning sounds. See this resource Here
•Alphabet playdough mats, rainbow write, and write and wipe letter formation:
See this resource HERE
. Putting the activities in a binder is optional.
•Handwriting Practice Letter Formation Independent Sheets:
Students use a variety of writing tools to practice writing letters turning this mundane activity into something fun and engaging and something the kids love to do! It also includes a blank template for name practice or sight words. See this resource HERE
This center gives children a variety of choices when choosing to work in the writing center. They can choose from making a list, labeling, and writing a simple sentence. Sentence stems and alphabet cards with beginning sound word lists are included to help build confidence and support English Language Learners. See this resource HERE
•Alphabet Letter Formation and Letter recognition QR Codes:
This activity can be completed in 2 cycles. Students can scan the QR code and trace the letter on the Ipad with their finger (guided with mini-videos, sound, and color). The second cycle, students can scan the QR code then trace the letter on their matching recording sheet. See this resource HERE
•Alphabet Beginning Sounds:
Spin and Find Center Mats, Spin and color, Spin and Draw, Cut and Paste Beginning Sound Sorts. This resource includes a variety of options for centers and independent work. See this resource HERE
•Alphabet Letter Formation and Letter Recognition:
Spin and Trace Center Mats and Spin and Trace Independent Sheets. This resource is great for building fine motor skills! See this resource HERE
•Alphabet Letter Games (5 Sets):
Matching Letters that are the Same, Matching Lowercase and Capital Letters, Matching Beginning Sounds. These games make it easy to differentiate and meet your students where they are at. These are great to have a volunteer use with students, placed in a center, Small group RTI, or to send home for extra practice. Click Here
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