Have them turn and talk to a partner to share words. This is fast and furious, so this activity is best done with classes who have had enough time to learn the alphabet. Find It: Hold up a letter flashcard and the students search around the room for an object beginning with that letter.
Inform them that after tracing the letter, they get to write words at the bottom of the sheet. Students try to guess the object e. What sound does the letter F make? I spy: Teacher says, "I spy with my little eye something that begins with B".
The teacher will give students a clue by telling them what letter the word starts with. The pictures must begin the correct letter sound. Alphabet Recognition - Children will learn to identify letters of the alphabet, especially letters in their own name.
Alphabet Letters - Students will be able to recognize, identify and write the letters of the alphabet, with mastery of the letter C in this lesson.
The children gain added exposure to the letters while including the excitement of a stop-and-go game! Walk around the room and monitor the students as they work.
Magic Finger: Hold the flashcard letter up in front of each student and let them trace the letter on the card with their 'magic' finger.