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Alphabet Puzzles

Help your preschoolers learn their ABCs with Alphabet Puzzles! Use in your homeschool, Kindergarten, or First Grade classrooms. Color and black and white versions included! Review beginning sounds using version one of alphabet puzzle with the word accompanying the picture. Then move students to version two which requires students to use their sounds to put the puzzle pieces back together.


Flashcards, puzzles, worksheets, printable games & activities especially for ESL but also good for early learners - alphabet, sight words, vocabulary & more

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Introducing the Alphabet Worksheets

Introducing the Alphabet worksheets. The focus is on both upper and lower case letters as well as reading CVC words. Great phonics practice!


Teaching the Alphabet to Reluctant Learners ~ Tips and Ideas for Learning to Speak your Child's Letter Learning Language | This Reading Mama


Improve your brush calligraphy by practicing thin and thick strokes

transitioning thick to thin brush calligraphy strokes

from The Stay-at-Home-Mom Survival Guide

Learning to Write the Alphabet with Cotton Swab Painting

Teaching children to write letters and numbers does not always require a pencil or other writing tool. We use paint and paint brushes for a fun alternative to learning to write! Even my second child who is a bit more resistant to try out learning activities was interested in this activity because it involves painting-her …

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Alphabet Book

This alphabet book is a great way to introduce the alphabet during the first weeks of school. Introduce a letter a day and complete the craft page that helps reinforce the letter. Keep them together and present each student with their very own book at the end! So fun!

from Heidi Songs

How to Teach Your Preschool Child the Alphabet Through Play

How to Teach Your PreK Child the Alphabet Through Play

from Heidi Songs

Tips for Teaching the Alphabet to Struggling Learners

Tips for Teaching the Alphabet to Struggling Learners Posted on September 23, 2011 by Heidi Butkus