Alphabet Printables

alphabet-printables

The Alphabet Printables on this page are based on the REGULAR (simple) alphabet sounds and letters stage of Phonological Awareness as explained HERE....

More teacher resources for both regular Alphabet and ADVANCED Phonics Sounds can be found HERE...

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Unknown (10-02-2014)

Hi Sharon

Sorry, no we don't at the moment - other people here may be able to help with where to find these....??


Sharon (04-02-2014)

Do you have any editable sheets where I can put my kindy kids names in for them to practice writing their name?


Joanne (02-02-2014)

Thanks for the simple desk strip to match big cards. Beautiful fits my PP perfectly.
Jo


Shannon (22-07-2013)

Do you have an A4 sheet with all letters, starting points, and space to practice them once each?


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