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Tabletop to Teletherapy's Alphabet Bundle

Tabletop to Teletherapy's Alphabet Bundle
Tabletop to Teletherapy's Alphabet Bundle
Tabletop to Teletherapy's Alphabet Bundle
Tabletop to Teletherapy's Alphabet Bundle
Tabletop to Teletherapy's Alphabet Bundle
Tabletop to Teletherapy's Alphabet Bundle
Tabletop to Teletherapy's Alphabet Bundle
Tabletop to Teletherapy's Alphabet Bundle
Product Description
This alphabet bundle consists of 5 PowerPoints designed to help students gain basic mastery of the alphabetic principle to ensure later reading success. Great value at $1.00/PowerPoint. Make these activities a part of your speech therapy routine with preschool clients!

1. Alphabet (uppercase & lowercase):
- a “must have” simple set of alphabet “flashcards”. Help students gain mastery of the alphabetic principle to ensure later reading success.

2. Random Alphabet (uppercase & lowercase):
-a “must have” simple set of alphabet “flashcards” presented in random order.

3. ”Fill in the Blanks” Alphabet:
Provide hands-on learning opportunities for students to use annotation tools to “fill in the blanks” as they master the alphabetic principle to ensure later reading success.

4. ”What’s missing?” Alphabet:
Encourage verbal identification of letters as students work to master the alphabetic principle to ensure later reading success.

5. ”Paper Games” Alphabet
Looking for ways to provide your students with hands on opportunities for learning uppercase and lowercase letters? Transform tried-and-true “paper” games from Tabletop to Teletherapy by pairing this PowerPoint with digital annotation tools. Complete an old-school dots and boxes game by taking digital turns drawing lines between dots using your digital marker within teletherapy sessions. The person to claim the most boxes wins! Enjoy another throwback with digital tic-tac toe.

CLINICAL TARGET MASH-UP: Tailor your approach to target your client’s needs. We see opportunities for practice with alphabet (and/or phoneme) identification and production, and spatial concepts within the dots-and-boxes game (“I am going to draw a line beside/above/below the b”) and quantity concepts (“Who has more/less boxes?”)

[NO PRINT & NO PREP / Telepractice & In-Person]
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