Un paquete de rompecabezas de letras mayúsculas del abecedario
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This 92 page document includes one puzzle shaped like each uppercase letter of the Spanish alphabet (including Ch, Ll, and Ñ). Each puzzle contains objects that start with that letter. Each letter puzzle comes with a blank letter mat and a letter mat with the outline of the pieces so that all students can successfully build them with varying levels of support.
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The puzzles can be used by students who are practicing letter and letter sound identification. This activity helps reinforce how each letter looks and students will be exposed to the letter’s sound as they interact with the pictures on each puzzle.
Students who are working on identifying beginning sounds can use these puzzles as well. Try mixing up the pieces of 2 or 3 puzzles so that students can sort the pieces based on the initial sound; students can self check their work by building the puzzles.
Students who need practice with developmental spelling can build the letter puzzle and then write a list of the pictures that they see for each letter. A list of pictures for each letter is included.
To make the puzzles, print on card stock and cut out the pieces, Laminate for durability. You may also want to laminate the puzzle mats that students will use for building the puzzles. I recommend storing each puzzle and mat in a gallon sized bag so the pieces don’t get mixed up.
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