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Wondering about the order for teaching letters to your little ones? I'm on it! I feel as though I am always writing about waiting to teach letter recognition. Wait and let little hands get strengthened by other activities. Wait until little minds have had ample time to hear different words and sounds. But a day
Cressida Carroll saved to kindergarten
Practice lowercase alphabet letters with these letter find worksheets . These find the letter worksheet pages use fun dot markers
Crystal Bobbitt saved to Back to School*
The order for teaching letter recognition, and why! Plus a ton of fun games and activities to have little ones learn the alphabet, letter sounds, and how to print in no time!
The Moffatt Girls saved to Reading
10+ hands-on ways to understand and explore letter recognition. Learning the alphabet through play is how preschoolers learn best!
My Info saved to Letter recognition
Learn fun and engaging letter recognition strategies for students who are struggling to remember their letter names and sounds.
Katie King saved to Levi
7 Hands-on Ways to Practice Letter Recognition at home! Practice letters with these fun and easy to prep activities today!
Lisa McCloskey saved to Preschool
Super fun spot and dot letter worksheets to practice letter recognition and the ABCs! Because my kids absolutely loved these Spot and dot numbers worksheets, I decided to make a similar printable including the letters
Help your kids recognize uppercase and lowercase letters with these FREE printable letter recognition worksheets!
Rizana Shabeer Babu saved to LSA
Wondering how to teach the alphabet? Preschool and kindergarten teachers can find all they need to know right here. Learn veteran teachers' wisdom.
Anna Vullo saved to Preschool activities
This year for preschool we are part of a co-op preschool group. I put together name recognition activities for all the kids in the preschool. Here are the activities. Name sticks To make this activity. I got paint stick stirrers and used Mod Podge to glue the letters of the child's name on to the stick. Then used mounting tape to stick the letters onto the clothespins. Your child matches up the letters to spell their name. Name Block Matching This can be made in any word document or you…
Nika Stefano saved to Child Initiated Activities