Lessons for Letter Recognition

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  • Nothing but Nests - … read are letter recognition and phonemic awareness. The goal of this lesson is to introduce a letter of the alphabet. The letter we will … right! Letters. In our alphabet we have twenty-six letters. Why do we use letters? Awesome, that's right! We use letters to make … practice writing our new letter. I will demonstrate the letter N, upper case. While I am making the letter N, I will tell …
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  • Quirky Pink Pigs - … : It is important for children to learn how to identify letters and listen for the beginning sounds. This lesson is designed … the opportunity to practice writing the letters p and q. Materials: Large flash card with the letters p and q written on … the words that start with /q/. Reference: Murray, Bruce. Teaching Letter Recognition. Lewis, Naomi. Emergent Literacy: Dancing and Bouncing with Piglet. . McCowan …
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  • Shopping for Shoes - … : Primary Paper Pencil Lower-case Letter Manipulatives (letters on paper squares or store bought to represent each letter of the alphabet) for each … job! 2.) Since all sounds are represented by letters, who can tell me what letters represent the /sh/ sound (s and h … and match them with their picture. References: Murray, Bruce. Teaching Letter Recognition. Cox, Allison. Shhhh! Edema,Katie. Ssshhelly the Ssshhark goes Ssshhopping …
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  • La La La - … the letter "a," the third child has the letter "m," and the fourth child has the letter "p." Who is holding the letter "l … practiced all letters, say the word together. You can do this exercise with other words too. This will test letter recognition. 5. (Have students take out primary paper and pencil). We can use the letter "l" to spell …
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  • Motor Boat, Motor Boat - … to understand the relationship between these sounds and the letters that represent them. Letter recognition is one of the two best predictors of … write are made up of the twenty-six letters found in the alphabet. Each letter making its own sound. Our mouths move … it. Writing the letter will allow the teacher to check for mastery of the written letter, and writing the letter under only pictures …
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  • Bbb - Bee and Ddd - Dee! - … are going to go over two letters that look alike, letters b and d. These two letters can sometimes be confusing. First I … we are going to say tongue twisters for each letter, emphasizing the letter we hear are focusing on. (I will write each … Boom. New York, Aladdin Paperbacks. 40 pages. Murray, Bruce. Teaching Letter Recognition. Wallach, M. A., & Wallach, L. (1976). Teaching all children to …
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  • Active Adventures With Short A! - … in spoken words. According to Adams (1990), phonemic awareness and letter recognition are the two most powerful predictors of future reading success … a meaningful representation as well as a letter symbol to help them remember this letter sound correspondence. Materials: -Large picture illustrating the … our tongue twister is written, the students will underline the letter that makes the short a sound on their paper. Assessment …
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  • Shhhhhh, the Baby is Sleeping! - … students will spell words using individual letters and letterboxes. " Everyone take your bag of letters and your letter boxes and lay them flat on your desk. I want you to turn over your letters so … , Bruce. Mouth Moves and Gestures for Phonemes Murray, Bruce. Teaching Letter Recognition Shaw, Nancy E. Sheep on a Ship. Houghton Mifflin; Reprint …
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  • Silly Sally's Pet Snake - … Snake Emergent Literacy Plan Rationale: Letter recognition is an essential component to children's literacy. By recognizing letters in print, they can relate … is heard and also identify this letter in a group of objects, some with the letter and some without. Materials: A picture … previously learned letters/sounds. This review would include all of the letters up to the letter s. We will discuss each letter; the sound …
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  • Play Ball! - … those letters represent. Some letters are easily recognized, while others are more difficult due to their similarities with other letters. Two such letters that … help children recognize letter b and also to differentiate from other letters such as letter d. Once students can recognize the letter, then they … : Buddy the Bee Bats Balls with the Letter B, Jamie Ann Mathis Activity Letter Recognition Sheet For questions or comments email me at
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