WRITE the ROOM {Alphabet Activity to Teach Letter Recognition}

WRITE the ROOM {Alphabet Activity to Teach Letter Recognition}
WRITE the ROOM {Alphabet Activity to Teach Letter Recognition}
WRITE the ROOM {Alphabet Activity to Teach Letter Recognition}
WRITE the ROOM {Alphabet Activity to Teach Letter Recognition}
WRITE the ROOM {Alphabet Activity to Teach Letter Recognition}
WRITE the ROOM {Alphabet Activity to Teach Letter Recognition}
WRITE the ROOM {Alphabet Activity to Teach Letter Recognition}
WRITE the ROOM {Alphabet Activity to Teach Letter Recognition}
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These two WRITE the ROOM alphabet learning activities focus on the foundational skills of letter recognition and letter sound. Plus, they get your students up and moving! These games are in black and white, so save your colored ink and use your favorite Astrobrights cardstock instead!

This activity is part of a SET. You can find it HERE! Or grab the CRAZY for LETTER GAMES BUNDLE.

1: ALPHABET WRITE the ROOM--Print the WRITE the ROOM cards on colored cardstock and cut apart. Or, print them on plain cardstock and have your students color the beginning sound pictures on the cards with colored pencils. There are 10 different recording sheets, so you have lots of options. For those beginning to learn their letters, you can have them dot, color, or “write” the letters they see. For others, you can have them dot, color, or “write” the lowercase letters that match the uppercase letters they see. These same activity options are available using the lowercase cards.

2: WHAT'S my LETTER? Using the same cards as WRITE the ROOM, your students will use the WHAT’s my LETTER recording sheets to associate the uppercase and lowercase letters with their beginning sound, by writing the letters next to their beginning sound picture.
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