Over the last few months, I’ve posted quite a few Print Awareness activities. I made one for NJoy for the 4th of July and then decided to bundle some of the ones I’d already made with other ones to create a packet of seasonal Print Awareness Activities (for each month of the year).
Each activity includes an art activity and a sentence to cut apart and glue back in order with the child.
Here’s the sample one for October:
You can go to Teachers Pay Teachers to download yours for FREE!
Here’s a look at NJoy working hard on the one I made for the 4th:
We took down the American flag hanging in our classroom at home and discussed the colors, stars & stripe patterns. He colored his blank flag (included on download),
and glued it down on a blue piece of construction paper. We worked together to make the sentence, “My flag has stars and stripes.” (I have also included a different flag print awareness that you can use if you don’t want to use the American flag.)
The last thing we did was “read” the sentence while pointing to each word.
Need more direction with this activity? You can go here to see a print awareness lesson step-by-step.
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This is a great activity! Thanks for posting on Saturday Show and Tell. I hope you’ll join us again this week.