The last letter in the lowercase series.
Once again; here is the ideal order to teach letters to your young learners:
Always the letters in their names first and uppercase is best in the beginning.
L, F, E, H, T, I
D, B, P, U, J
C, O, G, Q, S
R, A, K, M, N, V, W, X, Y, Z
l, t, i
c, k. o, p, s, v, u, w. x, z
h, n, m, r, b
a, d, g, q
e, f, j
Our next letter in the lowercase series. Remember to always reintroduce past upper and lowercase letters to your young learners, as repetition is key.
Our next letter in the lowercase series.
The next letter in our lowercase series is the letter “f'”.
We are nearing the end!
The next letter in our lowercase series is the letter “e”.
Don’t forget to keep using those past letters with your young learner!
We are nearing the end of our lowercase letter series.
Don’t forget to continue reintroducing past uppercase and lowercase letters with your young learners.
Top your hot cocoa with with the correct words.
A fun way to spend those cold, snowy afternoons!
Cut out the cereal and milk. Match the pictures to the words.
A fun way to introduce CVC words to your young learners.
The next letter in our lowercase series.
We are closing in to the end. Don’t forget to keep using those uppercase letters and the past lowercase letters as often as possible.
These bright and colorful clip cards also come in BW. There is also a sheet to help the young learner who needs a little extra help finding the answers. Use colorful clothespins or even small manipulatives to mark your answers on the cards.