The order for teaching letter recognition, and why! Plus a ton of fun games and activities to have little ones learn the alphabet, letter sounds, and how to print in no time!:

Teaching Letter Recognition - what order to introduce letters - How Wee Learn

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Word wall. Kid created. Use regular abc strip though and add black and white pics of things from around the classroom or school for each letter, then add kids pics with their names to start the year and add to as year goes on, child written possibly...

Environment

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Magnetic letter hunt! Can you find the first letter in your name can you spell your name? EYFS/pre-school activities.

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Stones & Shells (Reggio)

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abc exercise cards | indoor alphabet fun for kids from teachmama.com #weteach

abc exercise cards. . . hooray! - teach mama

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Toys and tools for working on in-hand manipulation skills in kids, perfect for handwriting, pencil use, buttoning, scissor use, zippering, and more from an Occupational Therapist.

In-hand Manipulation for Functional Tasks and a Letter Activity

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Alphabet museum. Collections of found objects beginning with each letter.

Alphabet Museum

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Driving a toy car on Road Letters, getting to know letters/ prewriting practice.

Rockabye Butterfly: Delightful D!

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Alphabet Workout strengthens alphabet recognition, letter formation skills and fitness of your class. My Alphabet Workout song - Upper Case follows the Zaner - Bloser instructions for writing the upper case letters to develop the exercise movements and verbal letter formation directions. Children follow my movements as I form the upper case letters of the alphabet. Play this song every day to help your children get great practice forming the letters.

Letters of the Alphabet | Capital Letters | Uppercase Letters | Alphabet Workout | Jack Hartmann

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A Reggio Inspired Classroom -Number line, numbers made with pins and yarn, counters made using natural objects (e.g.,acorns, rocks)

A Reggio Inspired Classroom - Fairy Dust Teaching

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Hanging word wall! Fantastic idea for a small classroom with little wall space...

My Second Home: Pinspiration and Tweaking

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Make your own stuffed felt letters! (Perfect for hands-on learning and make great baby shower gifts too!)~ Buggyandbuddy.com

Homemade Toys- Felt Stuffed Letters

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Letters with lids in the Sr. Preschool room at the Sunflower School, Orangeville

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Alphabet Stones

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These are cardboard letters that have circles drawn on them. Children put colored stones on the circles to form letters and become more and more familiar with what letters look like and the motion they need to use for pre-writing! — Alphabet Academy South Preschool http://thealphabetacademy.com #reggio-inspired #writing #prewriting #letters #stones #cardboard #preschool

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Outdoor alphabet learning for toddlers and preschoolers using chalk and rocks from And Next Comes L

Alphabet Learning with Chalk & Rocks

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Animal Tracks ABC Flash cards.. I'm probs gunna blow this picture up, print it, cut it and actually make it into flashcards hah

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Sing the song while passing the letter bag. When the song stops have the child reach in the bag, pull out a letter and name it, produce the sound, or come up with a word with the same beginning sound. (Could do this with numbers, colors, shapes, or words too)

Mrs. Bremer's Class: August 2013

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Co - Constructed Alphabet

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Animal Tracks ABC Flash cards.. I'm probs gunna blow this picture up, print it, cut it and actually make it into flashcards hah

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Use what you have for a letter sounds game for your kids in this Super Simple Letter Sounds Match | This Reading Mama

Super Simple Letter Sounds Matching - No Time For Flash Cards

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These are cardboard letters that have circles drawn on them. Children put colored stones on the circles to form letters and become more and more familiar with what letters look like and the motion they need to use for pre-writing! — Alphabet Academy South Preschool http://thealphabetacademy.com #reggio-inspired #writing #prewriting #letters #stones #cardboard #preschool

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ABC ....this cracks me up.

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Kindergarten Smarts: simple letter learning idea with pegs

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