Alphabet Activities

12 pages. Common Core State Standard: RF:K1d, RF:K3c, L.1.1a A little bit of this and that to help you teach the alphabet, featuring the adorable clip art of Laura Strickland.  This packet will be FREE for an entire year! Woo hoo.  After which time, it will be up-dated and put in Diane's Dollar Deals in my TpT shop. 

18 pages. Common Core State Standard RI.K1d and L.1.1a You can make an alphabet booklet, flashcards, and Memory Match Concentration games, using these templates. There are also puzzle cards that can be used as such or in several other games.

11 pages. A wonderful way to help your students practice their alphabet skills. Children trace the upper and lowercase letters, find a word that begins with that letter as they become ABCDe-tectives.
7 pages. This is a simple and fun snack to make to accompany the book Chicka Chicka Boom Boom and includes some Alpha-bits cereal sorting and graphing activities.

32 pages A lovely "Craftivity" to celebrate students knowing the alphabet, or a great way to learn the alphabet by making a class booklet. Students get a letter to collage with things they find in nature. Includes a letter home to parents. My letter

11 pages. Common Core State Standard RI.K1d A nice themed packet for back-to-school. Includes number and alphabet activities, name tags, and a "find your name on the puzzle" skill sheet.

2 pages. These two alphabet posters can be used as a friendly assessment for: Common Core State Standard RI.K1d and L.1.1a Simply have students point to the upper and lowercase letter that you ask for. Circle the ones they get incorrect & jot down what letter they said it was. This FREEBIE is part of my big Paperclip Pals Alphabet Packet on TpT.

8 pages. Common Core State Standard RF:K1d and L.1.1a These butterfly puzzles are a different way to assess students as well as a fun way for them to practice one-to-one correspondence and matching upper and lowercase numbers with each other.

2 pages. If your students are having a problem learning the various lists, try breaking them down by their phonetic sounds. I have had really good success teaching the lists phonetically.

7 pages. Helpful tips and charts for phonograms (phonemes).
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