A flannel board activity to reinforce colors and spelling color words. The song is found on Dr. Jean's CD: "Sing to Learn.”
Old McDonald Had an Alphabet
Let’s go down on the farm and practice learning letters and sounds. Other skills include putting letters in the correct order and recognizing the sound that each animal makes. Choose from uppercase or lowercase sets.
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