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Back to the Basics: MATH and PHONICS Mini Books!

Are you looking for a FAST, FUN way to review basic math and phonics skills? These foldable math and phonics mini books allow students to practice a


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FREE list: 200+ Materials for Preschool Letter Activities and Collages

Use letter activities like alphabet collages or letter mats to help kids learn letter recognition and to reinforce letter-sound associations. Here are over 200 material ideas that you can use for your

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A letter activities
Are you looking for some fun great ideas to help your students learn about letters and letter sounds? This growing bundle will have almost everything you need to teach the letters of the alphabet. These letter and letter sound activities are engaging, hands-on, and effective for setting your young students who are learning to read up for success. These activities are perfect for small group, one-on-one work, or can even be used as a whole group activity.
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.