Help me give my students awesome alphabet practice using these hands on letter recognition resources. In our young program students need support with alphabet learning in both small group settings and independent learning centers. These resources support both!
I support the youngest, most rigorous, caring, loving, and cute learners in my school setting. The Pre-Kindergarten students I teach daily come from a variety of cultures and challenging economic backgrounds. They all meet a very low financial requirement, which qualifies them for this program. Many of them speak very little English and this is their first experience in the public school system.
These young students work very hard all year to become Kindergarten ready by developing strong social skills, meeting high academic expectations, and engaging in exploratory learning opportunities.
Because of their drive and determination, they deserve all of the resources and avenues we can provide for them!
Our young learners are in their first school experience in Public Pre-Kindergarten. Many come to our program with little or no alphabet skills. We take the year to delve deep into recognizing upper and lower case letters, learning how to write them, and understanding/applying what sound each letter makes. This learning is difficult because it is based on exposure and memorization.
Students need many opportunities in a variety of ways to be hands on and immersed in Alphabet learning.
These resources do just that and allow teachers and students to be successful in matching letters, learning letters, and applying their sounds.
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