The A, B, C's of teaching

I got to thinking's nearly March and, boy, has the year flown by already!
My kinders are doing such a great job reading, writing simple messages using sight words and "inventive spelling" and learning numbers to 100.

But what about those kids, and there are a few of them, that are still struggling to identify some letters and sounds?
Or those that are having a little difficulty building CVC words?
I made this a while ago and I use it at my Magnetic Letters centre.  Students can match the letter, match uppercase to lowercase, use it to order the letters, etc.
I have even added simple CVC words.
Whenever the students go to this centre, they can choose to complete one of these abc strips.  I change them every couple of weeks.

I thought I would try sending some of these strips home this week for those students that need a little more letter/sound practice.  I'm going to put a couple of abc strips in a baggie with magentic letters.
Click the link below for your free copy of these strips.
Hope you will be able to use them at your centre or with your students that just need a little boost!
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  1. I love these - thanks for sharing!

  2. Thank you for sharing. These are awesome.


  3. Thank you! I am having trouble getting some of my little ones to learn their letters and sounds this year. Very frustrating but these will help! :)

  4. Thank you! These are wonderful.

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