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Alphabet Writing Rhymes

Alphabet Printables - 26 Alphabet Writing Rhymes -

  • Rhyme Charts for use while Practicing Handwriting Lower Case Letters...
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Alphabet Writing Rhymes - Suggestions for Use


  • Ideal for use on a IWB or as charts - children practice chanting while writing alphabet letters in the air.

  • Make smaller copies and make a booklet using your printer settings to send home for reference and reinforcement.

  • List the blue rhyming words from each alphabet rhyme - brainstorm other related rhyming words.

  • Use as part of letter introduction - use a large A3 laminated copy as a reading / word play activity.


 

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Donna (27-01-2014)

Noted - thanks Jemma


Jemma (13-12-2013)

Would be wonderful for:
1. Black and white option
2. Upper case letters also.


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