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People ask all the time why edlah lessons aren’t taught in alphabetical order. That’s a great question! 

Most preschool curriculums do teach the letters in alphabetical order, but why? If you’re like me, you probably never stopped to think about it. Most of us assume th...

2/5/2014

Exposure to handwriting in preschool will greatly help your students in Kindergarten. 

 

I teach a class of 5 year old preschoolers who just missed the cut off date or whose parents have decided to give them another year before kindergarten for various reasons. Your meth...

2/4/2014

 

Try adding some extra senses to your letter work. Add the sense of touch and get some fine motor practice all at the same time. 

 

Pipe cleaner letters are easy, cheap and can be reused. 

 

 

Older kids can make their own letters, younger kids will just have fun spelling w...

2/3/2014

Learn sounds. Make art. Have fun!

 

Each of my letter based themes includes ideas for a letter poster. This is a picture of a letter Bb poster my daughter made when she was two. This idea and many others are included in my B is for Bears themed lesson plan set. You can f...

1/26/2014

Letter magnets can be used for letter practice, letter identification and of course spelling, 

 

There are a ton of different types of letter magnets out there...or you can just make some yourself. The ones pictured are a set I made for my kids at home. 

 

If you want to m...

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