Alphabet Activities


22 pages

This emergent reader is a wonderful booklet to do before or after your zoo field trip, as most of the letters are associated with an animal.  When students get back read the booklet and discuss which animals the children saw. This FREEBIE is part of my large "Wild About The Alphabet Packet".  For your convenience, I've included a preview. 

12 pages.

Are you planning a field trip to the zoo?  If so, you'll find this a helpful packet for before and after your "ed-venture!"

12 pages.

"Hip Hippo Ray! I'm on my way" is a sweet end of the year activity.  Choose whatever pages you want and have the students complete the writing prompts and then glue their booklet to the hippo.  There's also a pattern for "Hip Hippo Ray!  It's graduation day" appropriate for a preschool or kindergarten graduation. Glue on a photo for that finishing touch. 

4 pages.

Use the large and small bunny for a center activity, assessment, or game. 

8 pages.

Reinforce the alphabet with this fun trace and write caterpillar craftivity.  You can also review the life cycle of a butterfly at the same time!

15 pages.

Help practice a variety of standards with this hands-on pirate "craftivity". 

51 pages.

Make Polly the parrot and have your students "feed" her upper and lowercase letter "cracker" cards.  Packet includes an ABC booklet, upper and lowercase letter worksheets, assessments, a tip list of alphabet card ideas, plus an alphabetical list of over 700 pirate-related words and phases, as well as a certificate of praise.

29 pages.

There are a variety of ways to use these alphabet puzzles. This packet will be FREE for an entire year, after which time it will become one of Diane's Dollar Deals in my TpT shop.  Click on the link to pop on over & join the fun.

37 pages.

There are lots of things you can do with these large upper & lowercase letter posters:  Use them as anchor charts, flashcards, Play-doh mats, letter collages, a class book, or run them off on a variety of colors of construction paper; laminate and cut them out to make an alphabet border.

33 pages.

There are lots of things you can do with these large lowercase letters:  Use them as anchor charts, flashcards, Play-doh mats, or run them off on a variety of colors of construction paper; laminate and cut them out to make a border, or have them going up a large Chicka Boom tree.

 

 

 

 

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