Today, I’m sharing Reading the Alphabet Letter R activities from Reading the Alphabet preschool curriculum.
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Reading the Alphabet Letter R
We changed a few activities up a bit this week to keep it interesting and fun. Routine is nice because it helps with independence, but it isn’t such fun when routine leads to disinterest.
Here’s a peek at how we shook it up a bit:
Instead of placing objects on the 20-grid, he used a rocket stamp (we’ve had for years).
Once he did this stamp activity, he wanted more. So, instead of the do-a-dot paint, he stamped the numbers on the rocket 11-20.
Because the text was a bit longer this time (more words on each page), I laid out the words on the floor from the pocket chart reader.
As I read the text, he ran to find the word
and placed it in the pocket chart. This was right up his alley!
Instead of sorting our letters on the pocket chart, we sorted them on the floor. Just this simple change made this activity fresh.
Shocker of all shockers: one day, he grabbed all of his books (from lessons 1-10), sat down, and read every.single.one. Very rare for this ball of energy!
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Love your ideas… it’s fun and in t same time help the pupils to learn. Thank you for sharing the ideas.