The Letter E
Practice tracing, writing, and identifying the letter e with a worksheet. Kindergartners trace both the upper- and lower-case versions of the letter, then study the examples of items that begin with e.
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- Use as a homework assignment or reading center activity in your unit about the letter e
- Have kids think of other things that start with e, and let them draw pictures on the back of the page or in the space provided
- Both examples are tricky words to read (envelope and ear); consider bringing in your own examples
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