What better way to teach your children lowercase letters? This activity will reinforce lower case letters, following directions and learning the names of their classmates. This is a great circle, whole group activity.
The Alphabet's in My Mouth
Reinforces letter identification and letter sounds. Use with Dr. Jean’s CD: “Kiss Your Brain.”
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Reinforces lowercase letters.
Reinforces recognition of letter names and letter sounds. Song is found on Dr. Jean’s CD: “Kiss Your Brain.”
Use this activity in the fall to help children identify lowercase letters and sounds.
A fun and unique way to teach the children their sight words using the “old woman theme.”
Chicka goes with the popular story by Bill Martin, Jr. There are 2 different activities that reinforces upper and lowercase letters, letter sounds and rhyming.
Super fun activity to reinforce lower case letters a-z and their sounds. This set coordinates with the song from the "Get Ready" CD by Shari Sloane.
Reinforces recognizing uppercase letters and learning to spell.
Put the apples on the tree and watch them fall. Children will learn to practice identifying lowercase letters and their sounds.
Black Bear reinforces learning lower and uppercase letters, letter matching, and rhyming.
This popular activity reinforces letter and sound recognition. Choose from uppercase or lowercase sets.
A fun alphabet activity to reinforce letter recognition, rhyming and matching upper to lowercase letters.
This is a great whole group activity that teaches letter recognition, patterning, ordering, and following directions.
Two different activities to help identify uppercase and lowercase letters and the sounds they make. The other activity is a little game they play called “OH NO.” The game helps the children with following directions, identifying letters, being good sports, and listening. This set coordinates with the song from the "Get Ready" CD by Shari Sloane.
This western theme set helps children identify upper and lowercase letters and practice matching them. Yeehaw!
Have fun retelling the popular story of “The Hungry Caterpillar” by Eric Carle. Children will improve their language skills, comprehension skills and listening skills.
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.