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Letter Recognition - Learning My Letters Bundle

Letter Recognition - Learning My Letters Bundle
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The beginning of the year is the best time to dig in and go full force with letter knowledge. To help your kids succeed and become strong readers, you have to begin with engaging and fun letter based games. This bundle focuses strictly on letter names and formations.

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The entire bundle includes 9 letter recognition/formation resources. You will get:
Sticks and Curves - Sticks and curves is all about the way letters are formed.

Puzzled Alphas - Fun and engaging way to let your kids practice letter recognition and matching the alphabet.
There are three sets of puzzles. Upper to upper, lower to lower, and upper to lower.

Match It - Match It is a letter recognition game. How to use: Lay the two mats down. Sort the letters onto the correct mat. Use the recording sheet to glue the letters on the correct side of the page. If you’d like to use the QR self check option, students will need a device to scan a QR code. You can download one for free. Search QR readers. After completion, scan the code to check the answers.

Kiddie ABCs - Kiddie ABCs is a letter recognition and matching activity. This will be great to work with the children or to allow them to be independent and work alone.
How to use: Choose a letter card. Find the matching letter. Place the matches together (boy to a girl). Optional: Use the recoding sheet for extra practice. Students will read the letter in the picture. Write the correct matching letter on the line. If you’d like to use the QR self check option, students will need a device to scan a QR code. You can download one for free. Search QR readers. After completion, scan the code to check the answers.

Choose Me - Choose Me is a letter recognition game. There are letter mats for both uppercase and lowercase letters. How to use: Choose a card. Use a dry erase marker to circle the correct letters. Use the recording sheet for extra practice. Students will color the uppercase letters blue and the lowercase letter red. If you’d like to use the QR self check option, students will need a device to scan a QR code. You can download one for free. Search QR readers. After completion, scan the code to check the answers.

Case of the Alphabet - Do your little learners need more practice recognizing the difference between uppercase and lowercase letters? This quick and easy to use resource provides them with the extra practice that is needed. This resource is all about learning the alphabet! Invite your kids to learn their letters in a fun and engaging way! How to use: Choose a card. Sort the letter in the correct pail. All of the uppercase letters go in the uppercase pail. All of the lowercase letters go in the lowercase pail.

Alpha-bear-tize - Alpha-bear-tize is a letter recognition activity. Students will work on the order of the alphabets in a quick and easy way.There are 2 versions to this game. BEFORE and AFTER cards. How to use: Choose a card. Read the letters. Fill in the missing letter on the matching recording sheet. If you’d like to use the QR self check option, students will need a device to scan a QR code. You can download one for free. Search QR readers. After completion, scan the code to check the answers.
Note: This one is also available in blackline. The bears are in black and white. I would print on colored paper or cardstock and then laminate.

Alpha Finders - Alpha Finders is a letter recognition and search activity. This will be great to work with the children or to allow them to be independent and work alone.
How to use: Choose an alphabet mat. Use a dry erase marker, counter or manipulative to cover the correct letters. There are two mats per letter. The one with yellow letters in the moon has all the same letters in the stars. You can use these mats to find either the upper or lowercase letter. There is not directions so you can change it depending on the needs of your students. The second mat has white letters in the corner. Students will find the correct letter to cover (upper and lowercase letters).

Alpha Clippers - Alpha Clippers is a task card game that used a manipulative to match the letter. There are three versions to this: upper to upper, lower to lower, and upper to lower. You can tell the difference by the color of the background. The recording sheet will match to the kid’s picture. How to use: Choose a card. Students will look at the large letter on the card. Use a clothespin, paper clip or something to show what the matching letter is. They can use a dry erase marker to practice writing the letter in the white box. If you’d like to use the QR self check option, students will need a device to scan a QR code. You can download one for free. Search QR readers. After completion, scan the code to check the answers.

Check out each one:
Alpha Clippers
Alpha Finders
Alpha-bear-tize
Case of the Alphabet
Choose Me
Kiddie ABCs
Match It
Puzzled Alphas
Sticks and Curves

Total Pages
198 pages
Answer Key
Included
Teaching Duration
Lifelong tool
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