A Is For Acorns and Apples!
A fun way to have your students work on upper and lowercase letters is to make mini ABC booklets.
I designed these with some free fonts that I found on the Internet.
I liked ABC booklets that had a simple sentence to go along with the letter, so that I could start my students along the paths of reading.
The words is and for are part of the Dolch word list, so via repetition, students will soon easily recognize them.
The picture clue will help children figure out the last word, so their self esteem will skyrocket when they can take a completed booklet home to share with their family.
Students trace and write the upper and lowercase letters. I printed 4-pages on one page, to save on paper and to make just-my-size mini booklets for students to cut apart and sequence.
This will make a nice number sequencing skill for them. I’ve also included a cover and a complete upper and lowercase alphabet set of letters, that they trace for the last page.
Students who complete their booklets early, can go back and color their favorite pages.
When everyone is done, read the booklet as a whole group, to reinforce concepts of print. This way, students will enjoy sharing their ABC easy reader, with their family, reinforcing lessons learned at school.
Click on the link to view/download A is for Acorn Alphabet Easy Reader.
Click on this link to view/download A is for Apple Alphabet Easy Reader.
Watch for more Alphabet Easy Readers in the future too!
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