SMART RESOURCE | FONT OPTION: Beginning to recognise the letters of the alphabet and the formation of each letter is an essential task for the student when learning to read and write. The colour resource is an excellent first step in this process. Each lowercase letter has a starting point and a directional arrow to assist with the correct writing of the letter. Illustrations help the student to make letter -sound associations. Students are invited to draw extra pictures associated with the letter and independently practice the letter formation on the same sheet. Included in the resource are an A-Z Lowercase Letter Formation chart and a pencil frame Letter Practice sheet. A great resource for early sequential learning and reviewing of the alphabet. Make into a student booklet or teacher flip chart or use as individual sheets.
FREE | FONT OPTION: The alphabet tiles include three groups: uppercase and lowercase letters, lowercase letters and uppercase letters. The letter tiles can be matched, sorted or placed into alphabetical order. A simple independent activity to revisit and revise alphabet learning.
SMART RESOURCE | The Alphabet Recognition resource shows the starting point for each letter. An illustration and matching word with highlighted initial letter completes the page. The resource is designed to assist students to read and write letters and words. Letters are shown on lines to help beginning hand writers to form letters that resemble standard letter formations. This multipurpose resource may also be used as class set of alphabet cards or as a literacy wall display.
PREMIUM RESOURCE | FONT OPTION: Alphabet Bingo includes six picture game cards and letters of the alphabet call cards. The sets of letter cards include lowercase letters, uppercase letters and lowercase / uppercase letter cards. To play: a letter card is chosen from the letter card pile; the letter name and letter sound is called; the player with the picture name beginning with that letter places a counter over that picture on their card. BINGO is called by a player when all pictures are cover on their card.