Little Sister has grown by leaps and bounds in the last 6 months. She’s growing like a weed and wearing Big Sister’s hand-me-downs from LAST YEAR even though she is three full years younger. And she’s having a blast riding on her “big girl bike” that she refused to even try last summer. She has also gone from being able to identify only a handful of letters to knowing them all and their sounds (most of the time). We are starting a gentle, slow introduction to phonics with the early lessons of The Ordinary Parent’s Guide to Teaching Reading. I have noticed however, that although she has mastered the uppercase alphabet, she is having some difficulty with some of the lowercase letters.
So I created these fun little match-up sheets both to keep her busy during our morning lessons and improve her identification of the lowercase letters. The cute little pictures will also reinforce the letter sounds. We are using these letter tiles. After all the work of putting it together I thought, why not share them with you?
I hope your little students enjoy them as much as mine did! Click on the FREE Letter Tile Match-Up Printable image above or the link below to get your activity pages.
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