It’s time for Reading the Alphabet Letter A! Read even more about my preschool reading curriculum, Reading the Alphabet.
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Reading the Alphabet Letter A
In Lesson 6, the focus is the letter a (it’s short a sound) and the sight word at. If you want to see all of the activities included for each section an activity in more detail, you can go to Lesson 1; in which I explicitly show how to implement these activities.
Reading Letter A includes reading activities, such as:
Sight Word Activities, such as:
Phonological Awareness Activities, such as:
Cut and Paste a Rhyme- (for words that rhyme with AX)
Letter A Book/Print Awareness Skills, such as:
Apple Print Awareness
A is for Author– when I read books aloud to him this week, I would point out the author and I repeatedly said, “The author is the person who wrote the story.”
Letter A Handwriting
Love the grip on the marker! How about you?? I tell you what, he really struggles with this!
Letter A Math Games, such as:
20-Grid…we placed alphabet foam stickers on the grid, but any small manipulative (especially starting with letter a) could also work. I originally saw this grid idea at Pre-Kinders.
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