Don't you love the look of pride on a child's face when she proudly announces that she knows the whole alphabet and sings the "ABC Song" to you ..."elemenopee" and all? It's a huge step on the road to literacy!
As teachers, we know that there's a lot more to knowing the alphabet than just singing the song! There are so many ways to "know" the alphabet! Here's a way to share that information with parents. It's set up as a checklist, so it might even be put up on someone's fridge as a handy reminder of learning yet to be accomplished. This would be a nice hand-out for Open House, Meet the Teacher, or parent-teacher conferences. Click on the checklist to go to google docs for your free copy.
The guide for parents is part of "I Can't Believe I Know the Whole Alphabet", a newly posted product at my TPT store. It's a collection of alphabet resources for PreK and kindergarten teachers, and includes 37 pages of cards, charts, sequencing mats, and games.
Click on the cover to see it!
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