Today, I’m sharing our Reading the Alphabet Letter I lesson from our free preschool curriculum, Reading the Alphabet.
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Reading the Alphabet Letter I
The letter focus this week was i (the short i sound) and the sight word of the week was big.
Although I’m not posting about every activity, like I did with the first few lessons, I’m happy to report he did almost all of them. Sometimes, he just wants to play with MBug (currently 2.5) and I’m fine with that.
I’m a huge proponent of following a child’s lead in the preschool years. I’d much rather him enjoy the activities we get to than force him to do every activity with tears.
tracing the iguana-the boy seriously LOVES the tracer pages, mazes, and word searches that I store in his Handwriting Notebook! He goes back and reworks many of them from previous lessons.
I Book/Print Awareness: Although this isn’t an official part of my curriculum, we focus on the illustrator and illustrations when we read books (to go along with the letter i).
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