T, U, V, W, X, Y, and Z...Now I know my ABCs! Are you singing along with me??
Pretty soon it will be time for these sweet little scrubbed faces to be coming in our rooms ready for everything we have for them. One thing I needed to have more of to be ready for these little guys is ABC activities.
Some come in not knowing any of their letters, so they may need some differentiation like picture clues to help them match capitals to lower case letters.
Some little kinders will come in with a working knowledge of some of the letters and won't need the matching clues. So both of these are included as activities so you can differentiate for students.
To further help students make connections between letters and words that begin with those letters, they can create an alphabet book. It is important that they get to choose the words that are meaningful to them to include. They draw the picture and write the letters.
Students really need to learn to form their letters correctly by following the path of movement. This will help students that easily confuse letters like b and d. If they learn to write them correctly it will make it easier for them not to get them confused as they are written differently.
Since the goal of these activities is for students to learn to match capitals to their lower case letters, a fun way to practice this is with I Have Who Has game.
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And for when you have students reading some short words, you could also play this I Have Who Has game with easy sight words. Just click the picture to grab this freebie!!
Thank you for visiting with me today!