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Letter Of The Week Crafts - just one part of learning and playing with letters. When did your child start showing interest in letters?

I do this at the beginning of the year to work on name recognition but I really like how this graph is set up!

This gross motor activity would be good for learning letters. Have a bunch of letters taped on the floor, play some music and when the music stops, have the child ID the letter they are on

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Letter of the Week-activities for each letter (right now, just a-m)

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Middle Vowels! A great way for kids to isolate sounds and help them find the vowel in a CVC word.

I might add in the dropped "g" since this is a spelling rule, and I would add the word word "usually" because there are exceptions to every spelling rule.

Great ideas and the kids feel so smart and clever when they do these paper folding projects.

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