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New PDF release: 101 Alphabet Activities

By Lisa Schwimmer Marier

Each ebook positive aspects a hundred and one instructing rules regarding the subject of its identify. actions span a number of curriculum parts together with math, language improvement, technological know-how, paintings, track and extra

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They will soon see the letters emerge! Then ask children to count how many letters are on their pages. Write the number on each child’s page. ” and so on. 38 ZIP ZIP ZIPPY Materials None Activity Talk about the sound that the letter z makes. What else makes a zzzz sound? Tell children that z is for zipper! Ask children to think of all the things that have zippers, such as pants, shirts, jackets, purses, gym bags, pencil cases, and so on. Write children’s responses on the board. Then divide the class into pairs and challenge them to count all the zippers they can find in the room.

Ask children to tell you what they know about kites. Emphasize the beginning letter and sound of the letter k in the word kite. Choose a windy day to help children learn how to fly kites! If you would like to make your own kites, ask parent volunteers to help. Place the two dowels in a cross, leaving 41 ⁄ 2 inches on the top. Using fishing line or string, wind the string around the crux of the crossed dowels a number of times each way to secure the cross shape. Then attach the plastic bag to the ends of the dowels using strong tape.

Write a word on the board and then say the word together. ” Then say the word again, emphasizing the last letter in the word. ” For example: What is the first sound in the word ball? The first sound is b. What is the last sound in the word ball? The last sound is l. For younger children: Identify only first sounds and include pictures of the words, as well. ©© School Specialty Publishing McGraw-Hill Children’s Publishing 32 1-57029-485-2 101 Alphabet Activities CHAPTER 3 Math 35 ALPHABET TREE Materials Brown paper Markers Paints Construction paper Scissors Tape or glue Activity Use this wonderful Alphabet Tree to reinforce each new letter, give children an opportunity to practice counting, and encourage children to work as a group.

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