Letter Stories From A-Z is for Pre-Readers and is designed to ‘Read-Aloud’, for Recognizing Letters in Context, Drawing, and Art.
This method will also would work for Readers, who can read the stories for Language/Literacy, Story-Telling, as well as Art.
Run copies for each child. Use Pre-Readers as a ‘Read-Aloud’. Readers are independent. Children follow words or read.
- “Put a line under each Letter”. Use a red crayon.
- Color the black and white picture.
- Draw your own original of the black and white picture on the space provided or the back of the sheet.
- Discuss the Fun Facts.
‘Tweak’ the worksheets. Instruct them to “Draw a Circle” around each animal word, or every verb, noun, or other grammatical or parts of speech elements. Discuss the Fun Facts.
Jo Carol Hebert is creator Letter Stories From A-Z and of the Curriculum Corner. She is retired from forty years in the early childhood classroom, where she created and implemented original curriculum in all areas of disciplines and genres.
“A” is for Andrew the Anteater pdf
“B” is for Bumper the Beaver pdf
“C” is for The Canary, The Crow, and the Clever Cat pdf
“D” is for Do You Know the Dodo? pdf
“E” is for Emma, the Over-Eager Emu pdf
“F” is for Farley the Frog pdf – Farley Mask pdf Fox Mask pdf (For masks; color, cut, punch holes and tie yarn or string).
“G” is for The Giraffe and the Gerbil pdf
“H” is for Henry, the Hippopotamus pdf
“I” is for My Life As A Lizard by Iggy Iguana pdf
“J” is for J is for Jellyfish pdf
“K” is for K is for Kanga-Rooga pdf
“L” is for A Llama for Luis pdf
“M” is for Meet the Many “M” Animals pdf
“N” is for Norbert, the Narwhal Lost At Sea pdf
“O” is for Owen and Babe Oxen pdf
“Q” is for The Quest for the Quaint Quagga pdf
“R” is for…?
Watch for More Letter Stories Coming Soon!
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