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Sign, Say, See, and Write It Phonics

Sign, Say, See, and Write It Phonics
Sign, Say, See, and Write It Phonics
Sign, Say, See, and Write It Phonics
Sign, Say, See, and Write It Phonics
Sign, Say, See, and Write It Phonics
Sign, Say, See, and Write It Phonics
Sign, Say, See, and Write It Phonics
Sign, Say, See, and Write It Phonics
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26 Uppercase letter posters.
04/2014
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These 8.5 by 11 phonics flash cards include ASL images for each letter. All fonts and formats included mode the handwriting without tears style manuscript.

These cards are great for new writers. Sign the alphabet to nonreader, say the name of the animal pictured, point to the animal, then practice writing the letter by using "channeling" skills inside the outlined letters.
This set of flash cards includes an extra copy of the letters with a "gray box". Once the child masters forming the letter inside the outlines, they may draw the letter a second time in the gray box. The box provides a boundary. Each box includes a dot to show where the letter should start.


Directions:
Print these giant lowercase letters (a to z) without the gray boxes on card stock to create 8.5 by 11 flash cards. Next use the multiple pages print option and print 4 per sheets per page of the lowercase letters (a to z) with gray boxes. Place the gray boxed letters in sheet protectors or laminate them. Give each student the gray box copies and a dry erase crayon to practice writing the letters.
The smiley shows the top left. The butterfly shows where all capital letters and digits begin. The bunny is “hopping”. He is the marker for finding the middle. Most lowercase letters start with the bunny. The snail is on the ground. He indicates where most letters and all numbers should stop. The fish denotes letters that like to swim. But /g/,/q/, and /j/ are afraid drowning and try to come back up. For early writers or fine motor delays practice with full sized gray box letters. (8.5x11)

Sign, Say, See, and Write Phonics by ‘Teaching for Fun’ is licensed under a
Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.
The purchaser of this package is granted a single user license for all material contained within this package. This license is granted per classroom or per family/homeschool/personal use. The sharing of materials is prohibited. You may create “gray box” worksheets for you students.
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