There’s more to see...
Sign up to discover and save different things to try in 2015.
Visit Site

Related Pins

This has been great in improving their handwriting, and it is very self motivating for themselves to make it through the alphabet.

SWEET! FREE! There are 26 books, one for each letter of the alphabet. They are ready to be copied, cut in half and stapled together (6 pages per book). The fon...

These cards are perfect for a wall display, or to use as flashcards during Guided Reading groups.I like to have a few sets�one for my wall,...

This pack includes:-An alphabet chart with corresponding pictures.-Half Page flashcards (ex: Aa)-Half Page flashcards-Capital (ex: A)-Half ...

Handwriting pages for all letters of the alphabet! Each page has practice lines for capital and lowercase, capital and lowercase identification bo...

Alphabet books are a staple in most elementary classroom libraries. Creating ABC books is a familiar writing activity for the primary grades, but t...

You can use this colorful Alphabet Chart with your Guided Reading groups, put it in your student's writing folders, and add it to your student's in...

This is a great ice breaker because you can play this game two ways. This would be used in a kindergarten-1st grade classroom. Game 1: Say the letter. I have A. Who has F? Game 2: Say the sound. I have /a/. Who has /f/? The pictures on the cards will help students remember the letter sounds.

ABC/handwriting practice. Could be a good use for when you have covered all the letters initially and then you can see which letters individual children need to work on and they can set goals and work on those letters! Definitely going to use this