These simple letter find pages are just the thing for young learners!
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Are you teaching letter recognition to very young learners?
It’s hard to find just the right activity.
After all, most of what you’ll find online are worksheets (not a great plan, especially for kids who are struggling to hold a pencil). Or you find something more pedagogically sound, but it’s too challenging.
I hope this newest printable solves the problem!
At a reader’s request, I created these very simple letter find pages. Perfect for our youngest learners!
Simply have your learner look at the featured letter in the center of the page. Then s/he covers the five matching letters. It’s okay if your learners don’t know the letter names yet. Matching is a first step.
But certainly talk about those letter names as they work!
Since there are exactly five letters on each page, your learner knows to use exactly five poker chips to complete the activity. (If your learner can’t count five objects it’s not a problem. Just make sure you have exactly five chips available for the activity.)
The bundle includes lowercase letters as well.
And both the upper and lowercase pages are also included in black and white.
Will your learners benefit from these simple letter find pages?
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