Jan 27, 2013

Alphabet Fun- Graphics, Posters & Phonics Packets

The alphabet is such an important component of Kindergarten. We usually put up an alphabet line which includes the letter with one image to represent the letter sound. When we ask students to name objects that begin with a sound, many have trouble coming up with a word. They start looking around the room for ideas, but do not always find a word. These new alphabet posters are perfect. Each letter features six illustrations. The word labels are also included. The letter Xx has four images. Two images represent the beginning sound and the other two represent the final sound.

Some ideas on how to use are:

1.  Place as an alphabet line above your calendar area.
2.  Add to a binder or flip book to use during your small group sessions.
3.  Use as topic ideas in a writing center for writing paragraphs or making alphabet books.
4.  Students can use them as reference for building words in an ABC center.



I am also making alphabet books to supplement your phonics lessons. Here is the letter Aa packet.


Do you like the alphabet graphics that I used in my posters? If so, you can find them in my brand new
clip art shop on TPT. You can click on Lidia Barbosa Clip Art to take you there :)


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