Lessons for Alphabet

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  • K - Act. 13: Forming Relationships Using Music & Rhythm - … tape of alphabet music, such as "We're Marching Around the Alphabet." Have the children form a large circle. Place the alphabet wall … other classes. Use Small Square White boards - write specific alphabet letters, write alphabet pairs, write vowels, write consonants, and sound out and spell three letter words. Magnetic Letters - Find specific alphabet letters, find alphabet pairs, find vowels, find consonants and spell three letter …
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  • If I Could Spell It, I Wouldn't Need a Dictionary! - … to use a tool we already know, our alphabet, to find words in alphabetical order. Follow-up: Here are a variety of … could find the word? (answers should include alphabet and that dictionaries are arranged in alphabetical order.) 2. Focus: Read the book Mrs … ! Donna Morris Charlottesville City Public Schools Day 2 Alphabetical Order. Students are to alphabetically insert the sticky note into the dictionary where …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-5
  • Describing Made Easy - … .org/materials/alphabet This site is being used because it contains the alphabet organizer. Software: Kidspiration Materials and Student Handouts Alphabet book planning sheets-1 per letter of the alphabet (attached) Several … your ideas for a first draft of your alphabet book page. 1. Choose an alphabet letter. ____ 2. Brainstorm a few descriptive …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • Action ABC's: Learning Vocabulary With Verbs - … . As they finish their sentences, have students begin using the Alphabet Organizer to create their book pages as follows: a) Students … . Assist students as needed to finish their pages using the Alphabet Organizer. This may also take several sessions. Collect and save … computer access is not available, have students create their own alphabet book pages. back to top STUDENT ASSESSMENT/REFLECTIONS Informally assess …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
  • A is for Apple: Building Letter-Recognition Fluency - … the exploration of interactive alphabet sites Demonstrate their knowledge of letter names and sounds by creating an alphabet book Practice sharing their … . back to top EXTENSIONS Use the interactive Alphabet Organizer to have students create an alphabet book. This activity can be done with … you. As an additional assessment, duplicate student copies of the Alphabet Picture Pages. Instruct each student to color the pictures then …
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  • Dictionary Dig - … written on them that can be alphabetized underneath them.Objectives: Students will practice their alphabetizing skills by alphabetizing words from the dictionary. Given … letter of the alphabet written on each note card. Explain to students that the dictionary is set up alphabetically. Practice having them … be in numerical order if they are alphabetized correctly. Step 4: Once the cards are alphabetized have the student write their name …
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  • Animal Alphabet Book - … Animal Alphabet Book Teach sound recognition with an animal alphabet book. Grade Level: K-2 Concept: Develop sound recognition with an animal alphabet … A Sign Language Alphabet by Kathleen Fain The Wildlife ABC: A Nature Alphabet Book by Jan Thornhill Zoopa: An Animal Alphabet by Gianna Marino Suggested Music CDs: Alphabet Zoo by Jack Hartmann …
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  • Recognizing Capital Letters - … Capital Letters Lesson Plan "Alphabet Letters" Objective: Children will learn to recognize the capital letters of the alphabet when seeing the letters … like two mountain tops. Every time children sing the song Alphabet Letters, they reinforce capital letter recognition by pointing to letters … . 5. Read other Alphabet books that emphasize the shapes of letters such as Alphabatics by Suze MacDonald or Alphabet City by Steven …
    User Rating: Grade Level: Pre-K
  • All Aligned in Alphabetical Order - All Aligned in Alphabetical Order Getting words into alphabetical order is as easy as A-B-C with Crayola … . Children with special needs may especially benefit from singing the alphabet song while pointing to or holding up manipulatives for each letter. Children can also make alphabet strips for individual use. Self-assessment: To check your finished alphabetized list, use Color Switchers to …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-8
  • Dictionary guide words: How do they guide us? - … individual children. Related topics Learn more about English language learners, alphabetical order, cooperative learning, dictionaries, language arts, and reference materials. Help … Final Assessment Final Assessment Answer Key Pre-activities Knowledge of alphabetical order Knowledge of dictionary usage for definitions & spelling Activities Activity … go.") placing their names under the appropriate alphabet grouping. Teacher should not call students by alphabetical grouping. The student turns should be …
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