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Kitsy Vane
Kitsy Vane • 2 years ago

This file has a page for each letter of the alphabet. Students color the letter, read a sentence about the letter and sound, find the focus letter, and practice writing the letter. These practice pages would be great as morning work, homework, literacy center, or during word work. These can be used as regular worksheets; they can also be printed and placed in sheet protectors to use in a center. Students love doing these papers over and over with dry erase markers as a literacy center. $

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