Let’s Play Some Alphabet Games: 8 Literacy Activities

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Pictures, Letters & Sounds ~ Oh My !

Helping your child learn to read is one of the most exciting experiences you can share within Your Family Literacy Circle.

Although there are many different ways to teach the letters of the alphabet with their sounds (check out 15 ABC Activity Websites in the BLB Resource Library), Let’s Play Some Alphabet Games, offers you and your eager-to-learn reader several quick & easy, hands-on games.

You can even travel with them!

Description

I Am Ready To Read !

Is your Pre-Schooler trying to get ready for Big Kids’ school?

Is s/he showing an interest in making letters sounds?

Do you overhear him/her reading to toy playmates?

Well, Parents, it is probably time to engage your eager learner with the pre-reading skills of your Family Literacy Circle!

BLB Literacy with BLB Press has created this simple , fun & downloadable Literacy tool :

Let’s Play Some Alphabet Games: 8 Literacy Activities for Learning Letters & Sounds will help you teach your pre-reader   the beginning skill-steps of reading. 

Using real-life photo cards with upper & lowercase letter cards in a hands-on game format, you & your child are in for some Learning FUN! Beginning picture word cards are included to extend the opportunities for your emerging reader.

Yes, it’s another download / copy / printable / 8″x11″ page product for you & yours to make. Sorting is part of this learning game, too.

Features

  • 28 pages
  • Contents page
  • Construction Instructions
  • 8 Games Play Guide
  • 3 Game Pockets
  • Upper & Lowercase Game Card Sheets
  • Real-life Photos Game Card Sheets
  • Picture Word Game Card Sheets

Supply Needs

  • colored ink printer
  • card-stock & printer paper
  • laminate
  • scissors or cutter
  • strong wide tape or stapler
  • rubber bands or clips
  • binding for manual

How To Use Tips

These games are self-paced & easy to play in a small space. Card stock & laminate are definite recommendations to help the game cards last.

 You may want to assemble a reference manual, using the front & back covers, the construction instruction page, and the game play guides for easy access during play.

Make a master copy for repeated use. Your child can sort the cards into their pockets as you cut them.

Suggest that your pre-schooler keep some of the cards in a “I want to learn these now!”pile.

Allow for exploration & discovery time before playing any of the games. Did you take an Inventory of what letters & sounds your child may already know?

Please let me know how well these games suited you & your child. I would love to hear from you. If you have any questions, concerns and/or comments, fill in the Contact Me form below. I will respond as quickly as possible. You will not be subscribing to the BLB Exclusive.

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