Letter Recognition Kindergarten

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Lots of literacy and math station printables. I like this letter matching activity, although I'd do it so they spell actual words.

Mrs. Bremer's Class

A blog of teaching ideas and activities for K-2 classrooms, including centers, reading and writing ideas, thematic learning, and much more!

Worksheets: Trace and Write the Missing Letters Love this website's educational resources

Alphabet Blocks: Trace and Write the Missing Uppercase Letters | Worksheet | Education.com

Does your child know how to write the whole alphabet? This trace-and-write exercise covers all the letters from A to Z!

I use clothespins for teaching a variety of skills in my classroom. I love that they can be used with students across abilities for a wide range of learning activities. #Autism | found on Adventures in the ATC - a blog about my experiences teaching students with Autism

Learn with your Craft Stash - Clothespins

I use clothespins for teaching a variety of skills in my classroom. I love that they can be used with students across abilities for a wide range of learning activities. #Autism | found on Adventures in the ATC - a blog about my experiences teaching students with Autism

Use magazines to practice letter recognition! Click here to see how to have…

Pirate Kindergarten Activity: Going On A Letter Hunt

Ya’ll know how much I love Pinterest. (Currently I’m teaching the Mister how to use Pinterest…it’s a process….slow process!) It amazes me the creativity and intellig…

FREE poster: help for recognizing lower case letters. Chicken letters, giraffe letters and monkey letters.

writing help for kindergarten

FREE poster: help for recognizing lower case letters. Chicken letters, giraffe letters and monkey letters.

letters with small items, fine motor, creative learning.

Outlining Letters

I've offered this activity with several groups of children, but the group I have now is the only one that really seemed to enjoy it and keep doing it. Print letters, words, or shapes on pieces of paper. Offer objects to place on the lines. This week we used some "jewels" from an old board game and some small rocks (from a craft store). We focused on a key word; you could use letters from the kids' names or other key letters or shapes. In this previous post, you can see this same group of…

Letter Bb Activity Pack (from Sharing Kindergarten)

Letter Bb Activities

I have finished the letter Bb phonics sheet a little early! Woo Hoo! You can click on the picture or {here} to grab this freebie. Since I am teaching this letter next week AND it is the week …

Letter Ff Activities

Ff Activities

You are going to want to read this whole post… it is going to be worth your time. {There is a freebie file for you below!} I just finished my letter Ff Activities. Good thing, bec…

Nancy Nolan's Kindergarten: Letter G

Nancy Nolan's Kindergarten

Letter G Week Our themes this week included Giraffes, Gorillas and Gumballs. The literacy center featured the book, Giraffes Can't Dance. We discussed non fiction facts about giraffes and created giraffes in the art center. These gentle giants are great! Of course, we also constructed pattern block giraffes because I LOVE pattern blocks! We also did a few activities with gumballs! We estimated and graphed our gooey gumballs. We collaged gumball machines! We created patterns using paper…

Letter Recognition & Sound Correspondence Activities

Redirecting

Happy Saturday, all! I had a great week and my observation went smashingly. Today, I’m going to break down my 30 minute lesson that I taught this past Monday. I hope it will help y’all with your kinder babies :) As I’ve become more familiar with the purpose of RTI, I feel like I can be more intentional with my instruction and pack the most educational punch into 30 minutes that I can! Seriously, I do A LOT with them in that brief amount of time, so get ready for a crazy, long post! Here we…