Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Resource Round-Up: Letter Recognition

Recognizing letters is a foundation skill that all learners need.  True, you don't need to know the name of a letter in order to read: knowing the names of c, a, and t won't help you read the word cat. 

Nevertheless, knowing letter names is important.  If you ask, "How do you spell cat?"  The answer you'll hear is, "C. A. T." 

While many kids learn the names of letters quickly, others struggle.  Here are some resources that will help those who struggle catch up:

1) 10 Ways to Build Letter Recognition from Moms of Dyslexics {And Struggling Readers}

2) Alphabet Activities for Every Season from No Time for Flash Cards

3) Letter Identification Activities from PreKinders

4) Letter Recognition: Kindergarten and 1st Grade RTI from my TPT store

What are your favorite letter recognition activities?

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