1-2-3 Come Do Some Alphabet Activities With Me
Since the lowercase picture-word puzzles have been so popular, I decided to make a few more matching items.
I don't know about you, but I like when things are coordinated. This new packet is an Alphabet Poster Packet with 74-pages of goodies.
As with the puzzle packet, these items can also be used as an independent center or whole-group activity.
The packet includes:
26 (8x10) full-color lowercase letter posters.
Use them as toppers for your word wall letter columns, a border, bulletin board, or jumbo flashcards.
Laminate a set and put them in your alphabet center. Using a dry erase marker, students choose several cards and record other words that they can think of, or copy words from your word wall.
A set of full-color alphabet cards. Use them for Memory Match, “I Have; Who Has?” games, or put them on a split ring and use as flashcards.
I’ve included a 4-page tip list of what else to do with the cards, including more games, like Kaboom.
“Alphabetize the Words” game, with 140 mini word cards that match the pictures inside the letters, plus a blank template for you to program with more words from your word wall.
A boy and girl “ABC Look At Me” alphabetize the words, recording sheet.
Besides placing word cards on the various letter mats, students can also choose X number of cards and write them on their recording sheet in alphabetical order.
On the back, older students can use the words to make several sentences.
Two, “What letter is missing?” posters. Put one on the top and one on the bottom, with a set of the abc cards in alphabetical order in the middle.
Each morning ask students what letter is missing?
A “What letter is hiding?” poster. Hinge to the wall or your whiteboard with a piece of Scotch tape, so that it flips up.
Place one of the letter cards under it. Give 3 clues. Children try and guess what letter is hiding, before you flip it up to find the answer.
I've also included a word booklet where students can record words on the appropriate pages.
This packet matches the popular Alphabet (numbered strip) Puzzles, as well as the ABC Flip Up packet.
As you can see, the packet is very versatile. I think you'll find it extremely useful and a nice time saver.
Click on the link to pop on over to my TpT shop; 74-pages and just $4.95. Once laminated, you can use these items year-after-year!
As always, I have a FREEBIE for you too. There is so much "paper-stuff" we have to pass out to families during that first week of school.
So that parents aren't overwhelmed, and really DO read these important handouts, I made up an "ABC's of School Information Sheet."
It was very successful, and I received lots of complimentary feedback. The needless questions, because I had already covered "all that" in this note, pretty much ended too. I hope you find my sample useful in creating your own. Click on the link to grab this time-saving FREEBIE.
Thanks for visiting. It's a lovely summer day and time to get ready for our big, beach-birthday bash. I've reached the wonderful age of social security. Woo Hoo, happy that I don't feel 62.
I'm really looking forward to fun in the sun, with all of my adult children, their spouses and my grandchildren. Hopefully Lake Michigan has warmed up a bit, since it's been in the high 80's all week. Wishing you a relaxing and fun-filled weekend as well.
"To go out with the setting sun on an empty beach is to truly embrace your solitude." -Jeanne Moreau