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Alphabet: 5 Sets of Worksheets - Capital letters and Lower case letters

Alphabet: 5 Sets of Worksheets - Capital letters and Lower case letters

I have uploaded a set of time-saving worksheets relating to upper and lower case letters of the alphabet. Aimed at: Reception/Year 1 Total sheets: 32 Content: • Set 1 Worksheets – Select correct letter from circle to finish the word; • Set 2 Worksheets – Select correct letter from rectangle to finish the word – 2 extra letters are not need; • Set 3 Worksheets – Select correct capital letter from circle to finish the word; • Set 4 Worksheets – Label each box with the correct letter with pictures beginning with the same letter name; • Set 5 Worksheets – Fill in the missing letter to complete the word then rewrite the whole word in capital letters. They are also handy homework sheets for the little ones to complete. Please see preview pane. File Type: PDF Thank you for visiting my store. I hope these resources are beneficial. Royalty free images from Microsoft clipart, www.clker.com. www. cute-graphics. com

By Ro_Milli0110

Bonfire Night Firework Alphabet Matching Puzzle

Bonfire Night Firework Alphabet Matching Puzzle

Bonfire Night Firework Alphabet Matching Puzzle: A series of 26 mini jigsaws featuring photographs of firework displays. Match the upper and lower case letters correctly to see the completed image. A fun Bonfire Night themed resource to aid letter recognition. For more Outstanding Resources for Outstanding Teachers, please visit my website www.teachersvault.co.uk

By helenrachelcrossley

Alphabet Wall Charts with Real Life Photos

Alphabet Wall Charts with Real Life Photos

Decorate your classroom with these gorgeous alphabet wall chart posters! Each letter of the alphabet is on a separate A4 sheet with both capital and lower case letters. With clean, real life photos to support your student's growing understanding of phonics, these posters can be printed to A4 for classroom display or resize to create a handy set of alphabet flash cards unlike any others. Download includes two versions - with and without text labels. A perfect addition to any Early Years classroom! Help build alphabet recognition, sound-symbol correspondence and phonemic awareness with a print rich classroom.

By clevermonkey

Upper and Lower Case Letter Match Strips

Upper and Lower Case Letter Match Strips

Design for young child still learning to recognise their upper and lower case letters. These printable uppercase and lowercase match strips use visual support to help children correctly identify the lower case letter before going on to match the correct upper case letter from a choice of four letters. Simply print, laminate and add some clothes pegs or counters to mark the correct match!

By clevermonkey

Alphabet Displays/Posters  and Alphabet Homework Sheets

Alphabet Displays/Posters and Alphabet Homework Sheets

I have uploaded 3 sets of Alphabet cards to be laminated and displayed in your classroom. There is a choice of 3 different frames. You can use one set to teach with and one set to display. Homework Alphabet Sheets: Also in the pack is a set of Alphabet sheets in the same format for children to take home whenever you are working on a particular letter of the alphabet. Activities include: Trace inside letters, colour in and add more pictures around the frame of the sheet. For example, on the Bb sheet, children can draw a beach, a butterfly, a bucket etc. Make some suggestions to the children before they take the sheet home. File Type: Pdf Thanks for stopping by my store.

By Ro_Milli0110

Toffee Apple Alphabet Display

Toffee Apple Alphabet Display

Toffee Apple Alphabet: A fun display resource featuring the alphabet in both upper and lower case letters on toffee apples. A fun addition to any class room. Matching products are also available.

By helenrachelcrossley

confusing alphabets identification worksheet

confusing alphabets identification worksheet

These worksheets are aimed at preschoolers beginning to identify alphabets. There are 3 worksheets differentiating between b and d, p and q as well as u and v. These worksheets can be used as reinforcement for identifying similar alphabets or as an assessment to determine whether a child is having difficulties differentiating similar looking alphabets.

By sylviathangiah

Back to School Banners

Back to School Banners

Hey! It's that time of year again... Grab this freebie and save yourself some time! 5 designs, different fonts and 'kind of' ink friendly ;) Be sure and only print the page you need. Each banner is the length of 3-4 A4 pages :)

By PollyPuddleduck

The Alphabet: Presentations, Capital/lower case letters, Interactive picture to word activity

The Alphabet: Presentations, Capital/lower case letters, Interactive picture to word activity

This presentation pack comprises 5 PowerPoint Presentations. Aim: To develop children's knowledge of the alphabet (upper/lower case letters). A very useful resource which can be used in a variety of ways. It will save you a lot of preparation time. Just choose a presentation and play. The 5 presentations all include animation in Slide View. They can be used as lesson starters, standalone lessons or as a plenary. The Teacher's Notes describes all the presentations and the interactive activity using the superhero picture to link pictures to words. Children recite the alphabet as they appear in alphabetical order: - with letters, pictures and words - capitals letters only - lower case letters only - a mix of lower and upper case letters (children name the letters as they appear) - alphabet pictures (a-z) with each picture linked to Slide 28 that contains a table of words listing each picture on the slides. You can click on the links to go back and forth to pictures and words. See Preview Panes. You can use this resource with Learning the Alphabet lesson: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/alphabet-presentation-lesson-plan-alphabet-flash-cards-gap-filling-activities-11693549 File Type: PowerPoint Presentation Royalty free images accessed via Microsoft clipart.

By Ro_Milli0110

Alphabet: Presentation, Lesson Plan, Alphabet flash cards, Gap filling, Activities

Alphabet: Presentation, Lesson Plan, Alphabet flash cards, Gap filling, Activities

This educational material relates to learning the alphabet. Aimed at: Reception/Year 1/ESL & EFL Learning objectives are to develop children's knowledge of upper and lower letters of the alphabet and begin to learn alphabetical order. Contents: - Flexible detailed Lesson Plan includes lesson starter, main lesson and whole class activities and plenary. - Colourful PowerPoint Presentation on the alphabet (letters float in as you click through the slides) - Upper and lower case alphabet flash cards - Editable flash cards - Washing line alphabet activity - Gap-filling alphabet strips (upper and lower case letters) - Blank alphabet strips - Upper and lower case letters to be cut out for extra activities Children are introduced to capital/upper and lower case letters, recite the alphabet, to know that the capital A and the lower case a have the same sound. Briefly: Washing line activity - questions marks are placed where there should be either a capital letter or a lower case letter. Children are given a selection of laminated letters and have to decide whether the letter they have should go where the question mark is. Reinforcement of what the children have learnt: There are a selection of gap-fill strips from easier to challenging. - Cut out the gap-filling alphabet strips and stick into workbooks; and/or - Laminate for continuous use The lesson plan is flexible in that you can refer to it each time you teach a letter. - There are 26 upper and lower letters for the children to cut out each time you focus on a letter. The children draw or stick pictures around a letter that begin with the same letter sound. File Type: Word and Pdf. contained in a zip file. You are welcome to leave feedback. Hope you find this resource useful.

By Ro_Milli0110

Back to School - No-Prep Printables Packet CCSS (Pre-Kinder/1st Grade)

Back to School - No-Prep Printables Packet CCSS (Pre-Kinder/1st Grade)

This is a set of no-prep printables for the beginning of the school year. These printables can be used for little kids from Pre-Kinder to 1st grade. Each sheet refers to basic topics dealing at the first weeks of school. They are aligned with Math and ELA Common Cores and they are ready to use worksheets to use as homework, classwork or as complementary material even as warm ups, body of the lesson or close up. **************************************************************************** Here are the descriptions of the activities in this set: 1. Color by code: students color a picture of “a back to school board with school children” following a code. 2. Write numbers from 1 to 10. Students write numbers in symbols following the correct and logical order of the numbers from 1 to 10. 3. Trace numbers from 1-10: students have to trace numbers from 1 to 10 in symbols and color a nice picture. 4. Read and match the numbers: students have to look at numbers from 1 to 10 that are not in the correct order and match with their corresponding names. 5. Count and write: students have to count school items and write the total numbers in squares. 6. Look and write: students have to look at the numbers in symbols and write the corresponding names. They cover the numbers from 1-10. 7. Trace the alphabet letters: students have to trace the 26 letters of the English alphabet. All the letters are presented in lowercase. 8. Trace the alphabet letters: students have to trace the 26 letters of the English alphabet. All the letters are presented in uppercase. 9. What is there in your backpack?: Students have to draw items they have in their backpacks. There is a backpack background to draw the items. 10. Draw and show your friends: this is a nice activity to draw a selfie with the students’ best friends. 11. Read and tick what you like for luck at school: students have a small selection of different food and drinks. They have to select the items they like and add one of their best. 12. Circle and color items related to school: students have to circle and color items related to school. 13. Cut and form the phrase: “WELCOME TO SCHOOL”. Students cut each letter and paste them in the correct order. Then, color the pictures. 14. All about me!: this is a nice activity to make a flip flap book with 10 important personal data. Students have to color, cut the foldable and write the correct information under the flaps: full name, age, birthday, family, best friend, and MUCH, MUCH MORE...

By hernigian

Alphabet: Capital Letters, Formation and Recognition

Alphabet: Capital Letters, Formation and Recognition

I have uploaded two sets of capital letters A to Z to be printed onto card paper and laminated. A lovely addition to your Alphabet/Phonic station. Aimed at EYFS/Year 1, EFL/ESL students 1. Children practise moulding dough on top of the letters with dough/ plasticine. 2. Children practise writing inside the letters with different colour drywipe pens. 3. Print out as many times as you like - children can draw pictures beginning with the name of the letters. Opportunity to use as a teaching resource showing children how to form capital letters. Hope this is useful.

By Ro_Milli0110