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Students practice identifying the letter I.  In this letter recognition lesson, students identify the letter I and discuss words that begin with I.  Students also color pictures, trace the letter, and play letter recognition games.
Here's a nifty worksheet for you! Young writers are asked to write all of the letters of the alphabet in the 26 boxes provided, then they must answer six questions about the alphabet. For example, one questions asks, "How many vowels are in the alphabet?" A good worksheet!
Young readers demonstrate phonemic awareness in words and blends, and recognize 100 high-frequency words. Use a nursery rhyme to point out rhyming words, and change the words by putting a new letter at the beginning. Each learner will practice different alterations. They use appropriate strategies for decoding and identifying unknown words and are given an assessment at the end to use as a guide for individualized instruction.
In this alphabetical order worksheet, students write the name of cities for each letter of the alphabet. 
Little ones spin their way to letter sound fluency. Working in pairs, they use the provided set of spinners to play a letter sound correspondence game. Each child is timed, during their time they spin the spinner and make the sound of the letter they land on. For each sound the make correctly they add a counter in their cup, at the end of the game they count up their chips to see who wins. This resource includes several spinner variations, a fun way to build phonemic awarness.
In this animals worksheet, students research and locate an animal for each letter of the alphabet. Students share their answers with their classmates.
First graders match different pictures to the correct beginning and ending sounds they go with. In this sound lesson plan, 1st graders will use the computer program Kid Pix to go through a variety of pictures. They then match the picture to the correct beginning or ending sound that they are asked.
Sound it out, read it, then sound it out, and write it. Little ones work as a class to sound out simple words. After they have sounded out each word they will write that word on the white board. This is a great way to build a connection between what you read, letter sounds, and what you write.
Kindergarteners and first graders explore writing correct sentences. They draw a picture and use letter/sound knowledge to sound out words to write a sentence about the picture. Learners share the picture and the sentence with the class.
Students complete a variety of activities related to the /r/ sound. As a class they recite a tongue twister, then trace and write the letter "R." Students then look at a stack of flash cards and identify the words beginning with the /r/ sound.
Students, after reading and discussing the book, "The Night Before Christmas," explore, examine, and study about the letters of the alphabet and the sounds they make. They primarily assess the letter 'D' by inquiring which animals guided Santa's sleigh and then re-read the page in the book where Santa calls the reindeer by name.
Students make bugs that feature letters of the alphabet. In this visual arts lesson, students use letters of the alphabet within pictures of bugs that start with the same letter. A game, a song, a craft, and a recipe are all included with the lesson.
Students practice using the letter u in order to understand letter-sound correspondence. In this letter-sound correspondence lesson plan, students write, read, and say different words with the letter u in them.
Like the classic game concentration, youngsters must employ both their memories and letter sound skills to succeed at this literacy game. Partners choose from rows of upside-down cards trying to match letters to images with the corresponding initial sound. Although none of the cards are included, finding them or even making them would be easy. Consider handing out magazines and having pairs create the cards themselves!
Students paint their ABC's. In this hands-on literacy lesson, students make pictures from letter prints after being introduced to the alphabet through a picture book. Lesson includes a take-home activity and literacy curriculum connection.
Students identify and phonetically pronounce the letters in the alphabet. They participate in a letter identification game, and play musical letters. Students then listen to the book "Alphabet Family" and discuss their favorite words for each letter.
In these alphabet worksheets, students focus on a capital letter and its corresponding sound.  Students use each letter to associate the letter sound with the picture that is shown.
Students works individually with their teacher to build letter identification and fluency. In this letter identification lesson, students identify letters by the correct name. They recite the sound the letter makes and repeat the process until they've identified all the letters in the alphabet.
Glue the first two pages provided here to a folder of piece of card stock to create a private table at the ABC Café. Included in the materials are 26 food items that each start with a different letter of the alphabet, every letter of the alphabet in upper and lower case, and 6 different customers who can each hold one of the provided letters. Pupils choose letters, attach them to the customers, and find the food items that match the letter! See the materials for more detailed instructions and a version of the game printed on a slightly different size of paper.
Pupils study the letter sound recognition for the /a/ by recognizing the sound one makes when they sneeze. They use a chart with a tongue twister on it and work with letterboxes and manipulative letters that focus on words with the /a/. Next, they read "A Cat Nap" and complete an assessment page.

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