Attach the tree onto a large sheet of paper to help with stability and to be able to add the alphabet. Then add all of the letters of the alphabet to the branches of the tree. As I added them my daughter read them out to me. To make it harder I could even challenge her to say the letter sounds with me for older children.
Ideas for Teaching With the Alphabet Printable There are a variety of ways you can use this printable. Whether for reference or practice, make sure to make the printable accessible so your child can see it regularly.
For Reference Use this as a reference tool for a child who is just learning how to print. Print out the alphabet on cardstock. Laminate for durability and place in a prominent place so your child can see it.
Have your child refer to the letters anytime she struggles to remember how to print something. Instead of laminating it as one single page, cut in between the lines and tape together. Post the alphabet as a strip across the wall.
This helps the student memorize what order the letters go in, thus improving alphabetizing skills. For Practice The letters in this are spaced out well enough that you can cut them into single tiles.
Print out a couple copies, cut the letters into tiles, and use them to play simplified versions of Bananagrams and similar type games.
Add magnets to the back of the letter tiles, pull out an old cookie sheet, and help your child spell simple words. For some kids, this kinesthetic type activity is crucial to learning to spell well. As you study each letter, cover the letter with an item that begins with said letter.
For example, you can point to the letter 'a' to your child, have her sound out the letter, and then place a small picture of an apple over the letter. Tape just once side of the picture down, and do the activity in reverse.
Practice Makes Perfect No matter how you use this printable alphabet, the key to improving phonics, reading and printing skills is to simply practice, practice and practice some more. So that your chid gets the maximum out of practicing, do no more than a few minutes at a time, per day.
Even if you think your child will never get it, rest assured he will after consistent practice. Was this page useful?The weather is getting warmer and everything is starting to turn green which means spring is almost here!
It’s time to bring some bright colors back into the classroom and get students excited about spring. Let’s dig in to my favorite (and students’ favorite) spring themed activities and centers. And I created a few fa. Preschool Alphabet Book When we started working our way through all of the letters of the alphabet, we decided that we wanted to create something that we could hold onto and look back at later for both review purposes but also as a place to hold on to some of our favorite artwork.
In this writing worksheet, your kids get practice writing their name, age, and address and drawing a self-portrait and a picture of where they live.
Alphabet This early writing worksheet gives your child practice writing the entire alphabet in lowercase letters.
Curly Q Applique Alphabet, Designs By JuJu Machine Embroidery Store View. Swirly Alphabet is a divine alphabet that matches perfectly to the whimsical style of embroidery designs Bunnycup has to offer. Based on an illustrated alphabet by Olivia and Co, this alphabet is exclusive to Bunnycup Embroidery.
Alphabet Match: Alphabet match is a fun hands-on activity for kids to help recognise and learn their alphabet letters.
It is also a great opportunity to introduce upper case and lower case letters and match them in a fun puzzle like activity.