In this simple guide, I answer common questions about teaching the alphabet to children in preschool and kindergarten. I also include links to free printables and include bonus material at the end of the download.
You will receive two digital files – a full-color version and an ink-saver version.
In this guidebook you will learn:
-Why Letter of the Week (rightfully) gets a bad rap
-How to modify Letter of the Week to make it work for you
-Whether to teacher letter names or letter sounds first
-What order to teach the letters of the alphabet
-Whether to teach upper or lowercase letters first
-Which activities are most effective in teaching the alphabet
-How to incorporate literacy-rich activities into your day
-A printable letter/sound assessment
-A list of 24 multisensory ways to form letters
-Process art ideas from A-Z
-Favorite books for preschool and kindergarten
-Extra tips for children who struggle to learn the alphabet
Also see: Letter of the Week Curriculum
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