Letter Recognition Preschool Unit 1
One of the first steps to teaching your preschooler to read is letter recognition! This resource uses a research-based systematic approach to teaching phonics.
⭐️Children will be exposed to letters using a multi-sensory tactics that incorporates fine motor skills.
⭐️Children need plenty of repetition to learn letter recognition, which this resource incorporates through many chances to practice and review each letter.
⭐️This packet will move through each letter. Students will engage in activities that incorporate fine motor skills including coloring, cutting, tracing, writing, and building.
- Letter Flash Cards (uppercase and lowercase)
- Alternating Letter Activities A-Z (5 per letter- separate for upper and lowercase)
- Dot-Dot Dauber Letters
- Letter Tracing
- Letter Find
- Letter Book
- Letter Race Track
- Build a Letter
- Play Dough Build
- Printer Paper/ printer
- Toy car
- Building Blocks
- Play Dough
- Dauber (optional)
- Laminator (optional)
This is the first unit in my preschool learn-to-read series. This focuses on letter recognition and letter writing, while introducing letter sounds. Keep an eye out for Unit 2 on Letter-Sound Correspondence.