Teaching letter sounds
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Want to make the alphabet fun? Try these hands-on letters games to teach your preschooler or kindergartner their letters! They'll love number 3!
Teach letter sounds and phonics using these letter sounds videos and lessons. Lots of ideas to teach letter sounds in kindergarten or first grade.
Laurel Frink saved to Preschool
Need help teaching your preschooler letters? Here are some tips to help your preschooler learn letters & letter sounds with sensory activities
Jaime Reed saved to pre k magnet
Description ALPHABET POSTERS! (PRINTABLE AND GOOGLE SLIDE READY) These Alphabet Posters come in: Full size Half size Mini version (4 per page) This is a fun and effective way to introduce students to letters and the sound that each letter makes. Each letter is supported with a beginning sound picture. This product is part of the completeAlphabet Curriculum, which takes students from letters, to sounds to CVC words! Read more about this comprehensive curriculum on the blog: HERE Be sure to…
Angie Clift saved to pre k literacy
If you're wondering how to teach letter sounds, you'll love this free printable and video tutorial! Today I'm sharing a printable that I'm using with my four-year-old to help him master letter sounds. And it's
Carol Allen saved to Teaching Reading
This wonderful letter sound activity is perfect for late preschool or kindergarten. fun learning activities for kids
The order for teaching letters to preschoolers straight from a teacher! Surprisingly NOT ABC order, but makes so much sense. Love the alphabet activities too.
Cressida Carroll saved to kindergarten
I struggled so hard to get my 4-year-old to sit still and learn her letters! She just refused!! FINALLY I found this method that works!! I recommend it to every frustrated mom in the world. | fun way to teach the alphabet, ABC letter sounds, preschool pre-K prep
WhatMommyDoes saved to Being a Stay-at-Home-Mom
Phonics Pin 1- This website provides a variety of resourceful videos that students can eat to work on letter pronunciation and vowels. All you have to do is click on the video that sounds most resourceful to what you’d child is currently leaning or struggling with.
rebecca meyers saved to Reading Resources