The order for teaching letter recognition, and why! Plus a ton of fun games and activities to have little ones learn the alphabet, letter sounds, and how to print in no time!:

Teaching Letter Recognition - what order to introduce letters

Teach Your Child to Read - The order for teaching letter recognition to kids - brilliant reasoning. A must read! Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

You're going to love the great Halloween activities for Kindergarten included at this post! You'll find great Halloween book recommendations for young learners, letter sound practice, uppercase & lowercase letter practice, counting numbers, letter formati

Halloween Activities for Kindergarten {with FREEBIES!}

Halloween activities for Kindergarten included at this post! Halloween book recommendations for young learners, letter sound practice, uppercase & lowercase letter practice, counting numbers, letter formation.

Build a Flower Letter Sounds Sort - Free Printable - This Reading Mama

Build a Flower Letter Sounds Sort

PRESCHOOL Are you ready for spring? If you’re not, you can get in the spring mood with this FREE Build a Flower Letter Sounds Sort! This pack features 25 beginning letter sound sorting flowers {excluding

These free printable Initial Sounds Clip Card are engaging and fun. They can help build letter recognition for preschool and kindergarten.

Free Initial Sounds Clip Cards for Beginning Readers

These free printable Initial Sounds Clip Card are engaging and fun. They can help build letter recognition for preschool and kindergarten.

Letter identification or letter recognition. Either way this is fun activity for…

FUN Back to School Games for Kindergarten

Back to School Games for Kindergarten- For this activity, "Colorful Letters", students say the name of the letter on the card. They find the letter on their paper and trace it using the color from the card.

A simply DIY game, able to be differentiated- can identify letter to keep stick, can identify sound to keep stick, or can find upper-lower case matches to keep. Object: end up with the most sticks.   :)

Bang!...the Letter Identification Game and It's 3 Variations

A simply DIY game, able to be differentiated- can identify letter to keep stick, can identify sound to keep stick, or can find upper-lower case matches to keep. Object: end up with the most sticks.

FREE I Have..., Who Has...? alphabet game from KindergartenSquared

This is a great ice breaker because you can play this game two ways. Game Say the letter. Game Say the sound. The pictures on the cards will help students remember the letter sounds.

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