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Letter of the Week

Posted by Lindsay Horner on January 11, 2016 at 1:40 PM

I will be using Handwriting Without Tears: Get Set for School for Pre-K to teach letter formation in a very hands on way.  We will also be discussing the sounds letters make as we go along.  I will be keeping the students slate each week, so that we are not constantly looking for them.  They will get to take it home at the end of the semester.  I'm sure all of this will change as I witness ability and attention span, but here is my plan.

January 19  Alphabet Knowledge, Introduce wood pieces- (names, positions, size), Mat Man

January 26  Grip, Vocabulary words- (vertical, horizontal and diagonal), Writing names

February 2  Build with wooden letters/ Wet-Dry-Try:  letters L,F,E,H

February 9 No School

February 16  Letter and picture match, Wooden letters/ Wet-Dry-Try:  letters T,I,U

February 23  Identifying friend's names, Magic C, Wooden letters/ Wet-Dry-Try: letter C,O

March 1  Name that capital, Wooden letters/ Wet-Dry-Try:  Q,G

March 8 Invention Convention

March 15  Distinguishing lowercase letters from capital letters, Wooden letters/ Wet-Dry-Try:  letters S,J

March 22  No School

March 29  Community drawing, Wooden letters/ Wet-Dry-Try: letters D,P,B,R

April 5  Distinguishing capital letters from lowercase letters, Wooden letters/ Wet-Dry-Try:  letters K,A (diagonals)

April 12 Eggonauts

April 19  Matching capitals with their lowercase buddy, Wooden letters/ Wet-Dry-Try:  letters M,N

April 26  "Sliding Down to the End of the Alphabet", Wooden letters/ Wet-Dry-Try: letters V,W,X

May 3  Community drawing, Wooden letters/ Wet-Dry-Try: letters Y,Z

May 10 Field Day

 

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1 Comment

Reply Beth Barnett
11:48 PM on January 11, 2016 
This is going to be so good for Elley. She knows the letters, but we work on wiring them at home, and she struggles the most with it. So I'm glad this is being offered by someone else:)