Free "find the letter" alphabet worksheets!

Free 'find the letter' alphabet worksheets!

To add a level of difficulty. I would add number cube to see how many letters to cover up at a time. Use tally marks, dots, numerals ect Free "find the letter" alphabet worksheets! Get them for uppercase, lowercase, and both!

spiders...could put phoneme in middle for articulation practice.

How about word family on a spider?Working on consonant digraphs this week and created some spider graphic organizers! We glued on the legs, used glitter for the eyes and hung them with white yarn from the ceiling!

This Alphabet Interactive Notebook makes learning about letters A to Z fun by having students make a craft of each letter. They will also work on their letter writing as well as cut and paste words that start with each letter into the notebook. It's a great year round activity!

This interactive alphabet notebook is perfect for teaching the alphabet to children. Children will make a craft for each letter, write their letters, and cut and paste different pictures that match the letter. great for kinder

Jeux SANS préparation. Parfait pour les ateliers pour la pratique de mots usuels!

Jeux de Mots (Le son "on") Ateliers, No Prep, French Phonics, French immersion)

French PHONICS foldable flaps - an interactive way to get kids to learn phonics. Teaching French sounds. Le son CH.

What are French phonics foldable flaps? This post will show you how one foldable flap can be used in several different ways to practice French sounds.

French Phonics Anchor Charts Ideas: contrasting the different spellings of the sound /o/. Les sons O, AU et EAU.

Post with lots of ideas for French phonics anchor charts! Use anchor charts to help your students learn French sounds. Contrast spelling, sounds, and more!

GRATUIT! Activités supplémentaires pour la lecture guidée - Qu'est-ce qu'un(e)...dit? A super simple warm-up activity for your guided reading groups. Students will practice producing letter sounds. FREE!

GRATUIT! Activités supplémentaires pour la lecture guidée - Qu'est-ce qu'un(e)...dit? A super simple warm-up activity for your guided reading groups. Students will practice producing letter sounds. FREE!

Simple, on-going collage alphabet chart using environmental print from magazines. Students can use their letter recognition skills to cut out letters and paste them on a letter board!


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