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
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…??
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