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Letter Sounds Practice {Let's Make Some Alphabet Stew}

Fun Halloween letter sound practice for K-1! Bippity, Boppity, Boo!

All Jolly Phonics letters in one convenient place...with the exception of Q. Great visual students can follow and sing with to learn their letter-sound connections.

Yep, I still remember it, now to prove it to my kids that I am not making it up! kp

Free Letter Reversal Posters for b, d, p, & q - This Reading Mama

from Lessons Learnt Journal

How to Teach Reading & Writing: Letters

How to Teach Reading & Writing: Letters | Lessons Learnt Journal. Recommended sequence for introducing letters. Helpful strategy for young ones in preschool, #TK, #kindergarten, etc.

Good Alphabet Activity! Get a small alphabet puzzle from Dollar Tree or Walmart the bury the letters in rice. Have students find the letters and place in correct spot. The entire activity is set in a large tray to minimize the mess. Great sensory and early literacy idea. Read more at:

This week's free printable is Apple Letter Sequence Sticks which is a great activity for letter recognition and fine motor development. Available until Sunday September 8th ... after that they will be available in the member's section of the site.

Monsters Love Letters {find and trace alphabet freebie}

Put your chain link manipulatives to use! Students will place links on mats to create letters of the alphabet! A great letter recognition and letter sound activity! Your students will learn letters and sounds while honing their fine motor skills. Includes Uppercase letters: A, B, and C.