ABC'S

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  1. bruinsfan

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    I am trying to think of creative ways to teach letters/sounds and letter formation to teach my pre k class. They are a great bunch of kids and very eager to learn. Are there any websites that you use to help you in this area of the curriculum? TIA
     
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    czacza Multitudinous

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    How ready are your students for this learning? Be prepared to differentiate.
     
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    Starfall.com I also used their names alot to help them learn their names. I would write their names on a dry erase board and let each student come up and circle a letter that I gave them.
     
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    Names are the most important words to preschoolers.
     
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    We have wooden letter pieces from Handwriting Without Tears (although we don't use the rest of the program) to make that same activity without screen time. It is an important one to my group, I agree. Also playdough letters with snake rolls.
     

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