Freebie Friday ~ Letter J Resources

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Letter J Resources

5 FREE Worksheets for Preschool Alphabet Letter J from Happy and Blessed Home
Letter J Resources
I spent over five years developing a preschool learning curriculum for my two boys and I used the principles of Montessori, and everything I’ve learned about childhood development, to create a preschool learning curriculum based upon the 12 Sensitive Periods for children between the ages of birth and six years old as outlined in Montessori.

Letter J Toddler Activities from School Time Snippets
Letter J Resources
Letter J Word Poster
Colorful Juggling Clown
Do A Dot Letter J
Count the Jellybeans

Jj is for Jeep–Zoomin Moving Alphabet from Royal Baloo
Letter J Resources
Included in the pack:
J is for Jeep coloring page
Dot the J’s
Stamp the J’s
Connect the Jeeps
Prepare for J
Trace the J
Prepare for 10
Trace the 10
Paste the Jeeps to the J
Letter J/Sight word ‘not’ mini book
Sort the J’s and j’s
J dot marker page
Trace the Dirty Jeep to the Clean Jeep (tot and preK versions)
Color the Jeeps
Tot and PreK Puzzles
Shapes
Cutting Practice
Dice and Graphing
1-10 Puzzle
Color by size
Match the letters
Color by letter
Flash cards
Count the Jeeps
Dot Marker pages

ABC Find It Letter J from 1+1+1=1
Letter J Resources

Magnet J is for Jam from Make Learning Fun
Letter J Resources

Magnet J is for Jellyfish from Make Learning Fun
Letter J Resources

Magnet J is for Jewels from Make Learning Fun
Letter J Resources

Magnet J is for Jolly Rodger from Make Learning Fun
Letter J Resources

ABC Puzzles – J is for from Make Learning Fun
Letter J Resources

J is for Jelly Bean (Alternative) from Confessions of a Homeschooler
Letter J Resources

Abby Phonics – Kindergarten – The Letter J Series from AbbyExplorer on Teachers Pay Teachers
Letter J Resources
8 INTERACTIVE EXERCISES FOR THE ALPHABET LETTER

1) Word FlashCards: Learn each word and its spelling.
2) Spelling: Arrange the letters in the correct order to spell the image.
3) Writing: Write the word that you hear and/or see.
4) Sentences: Choose the word that best completes the sentence.
5) Matching: Match the words to their correct pictures.
6) Riddles: Choose the word that best answers the riddle.
7) Word Search: Find the words that correspond to each lesson.
8) Review: Choose the word that contains the letter that they just learned.

Letter focus: Letter J from Fables from my kitchen table on Teachers Pay Teachers
Letter J Resources
This letter focus packet has 5 different activities to help students learn and identify the letter. Included in the packet:
Color the letter
Trace the letter
Identify and circle upper case letter
Identify and circle lower case letter
Identify and color picture with correct letter

phonics, letter pages, trace, color

FREE Letter J mini reader from OWL Preschool on Teachers Pay Teachers
Letter J Resources
This is a letter J mini reader for young learners in black and white and full color options for print. It has a picture, the word, space for tracing letter I, and a second version with a short sentence… J is for Juice …

Simple: Print, staple, and read!

This reader will go great with J letter of the week activity pack

Alphabet Letter J Book in Rhyme for Emergent Readers from kinder tweets on Teachers Pay Teachers
Letter J Resources
Materials in this set are:
1 Student Letter Books in both colored and black and white versions
The letter book is 5 pages in length.
1 Sets of Pocket Chart Pictures to accompany the letter books in both colored and black and white versions

Letter J Sort from Charisse Hostetler on Teachers Pay Teachers
Letter J Resources
Students sort uppercase and lowercase J’s.

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Freebie Friday ~ Letter i Resources

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Letter I Resources
With Summer slowly making its way to the Northern hemisphere, here are some fun Letter I Resources to plan for the upcoming warm months.

5 FREE Worksheets for Preschool Alphabet Letter I from Happy and Blessed Home
Letter I Resources
Igloos, inch-worms, insects – oh my! If you’ve been following along, it’s great to have you back this week. If you’re new – welcome to our preschool at home curriculum online. Did you know you can enrich your preschooler’s early childhood education with just a few simple preschool activities at home?

Ii is for Ice Cream Truck–Zoomin Moving Alphabet from Royal Baloo
Letter I Resources
Included in the pack:
I is for Ice Cream Truck coloring page
Dot the I’s
Stamp the I’s
Connect the Ice Cream Trucks
Prepare for I
Trace the I
Prepare for 9|
Trace the 9
Paste the Ice Cream Trucks to the I
Letter I/Sight word ‘you’ mini book
Sort the I’s and i’s
I dot marker page
Trace the Ice Cream Truck to the Ice Cream (tot and preK versions)
Color the Ice Cream Trucks
Tot and PreK Puzzles
Shapes
Cutting Practice
Dice and Graphing
1-10 Puzzle
Color by size
Match the letters
Color by letter
Flash cards
Count the Ice Cream Trucks
Dot Marker pages

Free Romping & Roaring I Pack! from 3 Dinosaurs
Letter I Resources
Romping & Roaring I Pack contains 47 pages:
Coloring Page, Color and Trace, Color Or Dot the Letters, Stamp Letters on the Picture, Decorate the Letter (or playdough mat), Prewriting Practice Lines, Prewriting Practice Working up to Letters With Start & Stop, Trace Letters Practice with Start & Stop, Trace Letter, Trace Letter Place, Trace with Arrows, Trace Letter with Lines, Color Upper Case & Lower Case, Color the Letters, Find the Letter, Dot the Letter Upper & Lower Case, Matching on Page, Roll & Count, Dot the Letters, Dot Letters and Image, Dot Letters Different Font, Shape Tracing Solid Line, Shape Tracing Dotted Line, Color Capitol Letter by Size, Color Lower Case Letter by Size, Color Image by Size, Upper Case Letter Maze, Lower Case Letter Maze, Upper & Lower Case Letter Maze, Color the Letter and Image Book, Color the Letter Book, Trace and Draw Book, Sort Upper & Lower Case, Sort by Size, Lacing Card, 2 part Letter & Image Puzzles, 4 part Puzzles, and 9 part Puzzles.

Letter I for Inchworm from Confessions of a Homeschooler
Letter I Resources
Welcome to the Letter I for inchworm collection! I hope you enjoy this week!


Summer’s coming! It’s time to play outside, enjoy the warm weather, and cool off with a yummy snack! Here’s an ice cream tot pack to go along with your summertime fun.

Ice Cream FREE from KidSparkz on Teachers Pay Teachers
Letter I Resources
This is a FREE collection of 4 worksheets and 2 centers for early learners – preschool, pre-K and kindergarten ages. The theme is ICE CREAM.

Includes:
• Which is different?
• Connect the pairs
• What comes next? cut and paste
• Trace and color
• Order by size (center)
• Match 2 halves of cards to make a whole (center)

FREE Ice Cream Preschool Pack from Blessed Beyond a Doubt
Letter I Resources
This FUN Ice Cream Preschool Packs Includes:

Letter and number recognition
Handwriting practice
Sequencing
Smaller and larger
I can write my name
Puzzles
And more

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Freebie Friday ~ Letter H Resources

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Letter H Resources

Preschool Letter Worksheets: H from Fun Ideas Learning
Letter H Resources
This week we are a bit early for Valentine’s day but I figured why do I need to wait until Valentine’s day to deal with the things of the heart? Today I will be sharing with you our preschool letter worksheets: h that I created. I started creating J’s preschool letter worksheets for her as she started scribbling letters anywhere and everywhere.

Free printable maze of the letter H from Print Activities
Letter H Resources

Free printable maze of the letter h from Print Activities
Letter H Resources

Humpty Dumpty Magnet Page from Making Learning Fun
Letter H Resources
To use a magnet page, begin by printing off the worksheet. Purchase circular whiteboard magnets. Have the children put the paper on a cookie sheet.

Alphabet coloring page from Raising our Kids
Letter H Resources

FREE Letter H mini reader from OWL Preschool on Teachers Pay Teachers
Letter H Resources
This is a letter H mini reader for young learners in black and white and full color options for print. It has a picture, the word, space for tracing letter h, and a second version with a short sentence… This is a …

Simple: Print, staple, and read!

This reader will go great with H letter of the week activity pack

Letter of the Week – No Prep Print and Go Bundle for the Letter H – 40 Pages from Danelle Karth’s Educational Resources on Teachers Pay Teachers
Letter H Resources
This bundle is offered free so that you can determine if the Print and Go, No Prep letter bundle is for you! It is a complete file with everything that you will get if you purchase other letters or everything you will get for each letter if you purchase a bundle. This bundle contains 22 activities on 40 pages for learning the letter H. It includes activities for learning recognition of both upper and lowercase letters, writing the letters, and beginning phonics.

Each activity has been designed so that you can print it off and use it without preparing it in any way. There are a variety of activities for coloring, writing, and more.

Abby Phonics – Kindergarten – The Letter H Series from AbbyExplorer on Teachers Pay Teachers
Letter H Resources
8 INTERACTIVE EXERCISES FOR THE ALPHABET LETTER H

1) Word FlashCards: Learn each word and its spelling.
2) Spelling: Arrange the letters in the correct order to spell the image.
3) Writing: Write the word that you hear and/or see.
4) Sentences: Choose the word that best completes the sentence.
5) Matching: Match the words to their correct pictures.
6) Riddles: Choose the word that best answers the riddle.
7) Word Search: Find the words that correspond to each lesson.
8) Review: Choose the word that contains the letter that they just learned.

Letter H – Phonics from Bernadette Calabrese on Teachers Pay Teachers
Letter H Resources
Trace and write your own letter H. Then circle all the pictures which begin with the letter H, then draw your own!

Letter Maze: H from Education.com
Letter H Resources
Kids draw a path from the thirsty hippo to water by following the H’s in the letter maze. This worksheet helps kids recognize and name capital and lowercase letters. Kids also exercise thinking skills and fine motor skills as they navigate the maze.

Little Letter H Book: Rhymes & Songs from The Measured Mom
Letter H Resources
Here is another printable book of rhymes and songs – this time for the letter H!

Letter H printable: H is for Hearts from The Measured Mom
Letter H Resources
We’re working through the alphabet, starting with the letters that are easiest to write. So far we’ve done E, F, and H. This is the third of my dot sticker pages. Click on the link below the picture for your free letter H printable!

Harvest Time Emergent Readers from In all You do
Letter H Resources
Harvest time is in full swing here in Central-Southern Indiana and my kids absolutely LOVE the hayrides, pumpkins everywhere and watching the combines work their way through the fields. Today you can grab these ADORABLE Harvest Time Emergent Readers and Friday I will have a SUPER FUN Tot & PreK-K Pack to complete a sweet mini unit for your little ones.

Harvest Time Coloring Activities {free printables} from In all You do
Letter H Resources
You’ve probably noticed I’ve been absent the past few weeks. Truthfully, I just needed a break after being so sick with pneumonia and then activities at church – I’ve just been run down. I’m happy to say that I’m finally getting back to normal and have energy again.

Practice Tracing the Letter H from Education.com
Letter H Resources
The hat on this worksheet is not just for fashion: It’s to help your kid practice writing H! First, kids trace lines to practice the fine motor skills they need to form the letter H. Then, they trace the letter several times for practice. Finally, they trace the letter H twice in a phrase: Her Hat.

The Letter H: H is for Helicopter! from Education.com
Letter H Resources
Help your preschooler learn to read and write the letter H with this fun writing and coloring page. First he’ll build his writing skills by tracing the letter H, then color the soaring helicopter! Can he spot all the H’s on the page?

etter H Coloring Page from Education.com
Letter H Resources
This fun alphabet coloring page will have your child coloring a hoofing horse while learning the shape and sound of the letter H.

Learning the Alphabet – FREE Letter H Printable Pack from This Reading Mama
Letter H Resources
The activities you’ll find in our Letter Hh pack include a simple Letter Hh book and interactive games and printables to teach both upper and lower case, the sound of H and numbers 1-10. My extremely active {3 year old today!} has been the “tester” of all the activities.

Horse Preschool Printables from Mudpies & Makeup
Letter H Resources
Originally I had planned to expand H is for Hippo, but Olivia was sooo not interested in Hippos. It was only natural to make her a set with her favorite animal, horses!

Alphabet Lap~n~Note from created by Roni Bergerson, Lori Sloan, Jacquelyn Binger, Robin Diedrichs, and Kelly Cooper on Homeschool Share
Letter H Resources
Letter H

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Curriculum Choices 2018

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curriculum choices 2018

curriculum choices 2018
I’m often asked what our Curriculum Choices are for this year. In short, we follow the Cambridge International Primary Curriculum for our core subjects. We then added a few other programs that suit us and the kidlets’ learning styles. We are currently in our 3rd year of using this curriculum and are very happy with it.
curriculum choices 2018
In addition to the Core Cambridge Primary curriculum, I also purchased the Keys to Learning Boxes for each child. I use them as reinforcement as the kidlets are all visual learners and this has helped us quite a bit to get the concepts ingrained.

Keys to Learning focuses on basic literacy, numeracy and mathematics skills, and can be used for the consolidation of skills in the mainstream classroom – as well as for remedial work at earlier levels.
Click on the image below to find out more about the Keys to Learning program.
curriculum choices 2018

Koko is currently doing the Stage 5 curriculum. These are the books he is currently working on. We use a combination of Cambridge for the core subjects and the CAPS (the South African curriculum):

English
Teachers Manual

 

 

 

 

Learners Book

 

 

 

 

Activity book

 

 

 

 

Phonics in a Box Workbook. We use this book for dictionary work.

 

 

 

 

Mathematics
Teachers Manual

 

 

Learners Book

 

 

 

 

Games book

 

 

 

 

Science
Teachers Manual

 

 

 

 

Learners Book

 

 

 

 

Activity book

 

 

 

 

Life Skills
CAPS Workbook

Afrikaans
CAPS Workbook

Fifi is currently doing the Stage 3 curriculum. These are the books she is currently working on. We use a combination of Cambridge for the core subjects and the CAPS (the South African curriculum):

English
Teachers Manual

 

 

 

 

Learners Book

 

 

 

 

Activity book

 

 

 

 

Phonics in a Box Workbook. We use this book for dictionary work.

 

 

 

 

Mathematics
Teachers Manual

 

 

 

 

Learners Book

 

 

 

 

Games book

 

 

 

 
Science
Teachers Manual

 

 

 

 

Learners Book

 

 

 

 

Activity book

 

 

 

 

Life Skills
CAPS Workbook

Afrikaans
CAPS Workbook

Pixie is currently doing the Stage 1 curriculum. These are the books she is currently working on. We use a combination of Cambridge for the core subjects and the CAPS (the South African curriculum):

English
Teachers Manual

 

 

 

 

Learners Book

 

 

 

 
Activity book

 

 

 

 

Phonics Workbook B. She completed Workbook A last year.

 

 

 

 
Phonics in a Box Workbook.

 

 

 

 
Mathematics
Teachers Manual

 

 

 

 
Learners Book

 

 

 

 
Games book

 

 

 

 
Science
Teachers Manual

 

 

 

 
Learners Book

 

 

 

 
Activity book

 

 

 

 
Life Skills
CAPS Workbook

Afrikaans
CAPS Workbook

The girls are currently using the Rainbow Reading Curriculum.

Rainbow Reading is a graded reading series for primary schools. It provides a wealth of original stories and factual texts, which will help learners to develop the reading skills and vocabulary they need to meet the requirements of the curriculum in all learning areas. All 350 titles in the series are written by South African authors. Rainbow Reading motivates young readers to become fluent readers, because it allows them to choose stories that they want to read and to read at their own level.

Fifi is currently using Rainbow Reading Level 3.

The books in Level 3 can be used in any grade in the Foundation Phase, but they are best suited to seven- to nine-year-old learners in Grade 2 or Grade 3. Many of the learners will be learning English as a First Additional Language. Most children at this level have started to read and some may be reading quite well already. They should be able to recognise sight words and decode unfamiliar words.

Level 3 Rainbow Reading books are 16 pages long. The stories are based on familiar objects and actions and the characters include children typical of those in the target age group. The artwork is a very important part of each text at this level, as it supports reading and helps the emerging readers to make sense of the stories. The artwork provides cludes, which help the readers to decode and recognise words. Text is consistently placed to help learners to become confident about reading books.

There are three types of texts at this level:

Read Aloud stories (fiction) 250-400 total words
Read Alone stories (fiction) 250-400 total words
Factual (non-fiction) texts 250-400 total words
Each boxed set in Level 3 contains a comprehensive teacher’s guide, which provides valuable support for teaching reading and book skills, and includes specific support for each title, including phonics, oral skills, high-frequency words and key oral vocabulary, as well as suggested activities.”

Pixie is currently using Rainbow Reading Level 1/.

The books in Rainbow Reading Level 1 can be used in any grade in the Foundation Phase, but they are best suited to five- and six-year-old learners in Grade R or Grade 1. Many of the learners will be learning English as a First Additional Language. Most children at this level will not be able to read by themselves in any language, and some of the children will be handling books for the first time.

Level 1 Rainbow Reading books are eight pages long. The stories are based on familiar objects and actions and the characters include children typical of those in the target age group. The artwork is very important part of each text at this level, as it supports reading and helps the emerging readers to make sense of the stories. The pictures tell the story. Text is consistently placed to help learners become confident about reading books.

There are three types of texts at this level:

Read Aloud stories (fiction) Maximum 50 words
Read Alone stories (fiction) Maximum 20 words
Factual (non-fiction) texts Maximum 20 words
Each boxed set in Level 1 contains a comprehensive teacher’s guide, which provides valuable support for teaching reading skills, and includes specific support for each title, including phonics, oral skills, high-frequency words and key oral vocabulary, as well as suggested activities.”

History is a group lesson here. We use the Story of the World curriculum and love it. We work through each chapter thoroughly and have sometimes spent a month on a chapter that may only be 2 pages long. I let the children drive this part of our lessons as they generally ask a ton of more indepth questions than I expect.

Each Friday, the kidlets do a research project, these often take up to 3 weeks to complete (depending on the work). They choose the topic and we work together to get all the information for them. They then create a poster of all they have learned. So far we have learned about the food pyramid, the importance of vitamins and kangaroos. Our next project is Fifi’s choice.

One of the first questions we get asked is, “Do your children do exams and assessments?” The easy answer is yes. I download the Annual National Assessments from the Department of Basic Education’s website. The kidlets do them and I mark them. I have these on hand should we ever need them for some reason.

The Annual National Assessments (ANA) are standardised national assessments for languages and mathematics in the senior phase (grades 7 – 9), intermediate phase (grades 4 – 6) and in literacy and numeracy for the foundation phase (grades 1 – 3). The question papers and marking memoranda (exemplars) are supplied by the national Department of Basic Education and the schools manage the conduct of the tests as well as the marking and internal moderation.

With regards to exams, we don’t do official exams. The kidlets are assessed as to their knowledge during each lesson, if they don’t understand the concept of the lesson, we don’t move on. That is one HUGE benefit of homeschooling. Once all the work for the year has been completed, we move onto the next grade.

I also often get asked about the legalities of homeschooling in South Africa. I am not a lawyer and don’t pretend to have the answers. My suggestion is that you visit the Pestalozzi Trust website. They have all the information available to the public.

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Friday Freebie ~ Letter G Resources

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Letter G Resources
I just love sharing my free resource finds. This week we are looking at Letter G Resources and since tomorrow is Good Friday, why not share it a day earlier!

Letter G for Gumball! from Confessions of a Homeschooler
letter G resources
Welcome to the Letter G. We’ll be having fun with Gumballs this week! I found some fun Giraffe stuff too links are at the bottom of the post, but I’m really trying to make sure for Prek that I stick with Primary letter sounds so G says ‘gu’. I don’t want to explain just yet how sometimes the G can say ‘J’.

Girls Gymnastics Printables from 1+1+1=1
letter G resources
Free printables for tots and preschoolers with a Girls Gymnastics theme!

Free Romping & Roaring G Pack! from 3 Dinosaurs
letter G resources
Romping & Roaring G Pack contains 47 pages:
Coloring Page, Color and Trace, Color Or Dot the Letters, Stamp Letters on the Picture, Decorate the Letter (or playdough mat), Prewriting Practice Lines, Prewriting Practice Working up to Letters With Start & Stop, Trace Letters Practice with Start & Stop, Trace Letter, Trace Letter Place, Trace with Arrows, Trace Letter with Lines, Color Upper Case & Lower Case, Color the Letters, Find the Letter, Dot the Letter Upper & Lower Case, Matching on Page, Roll & Count, Dot the Letters, Dot Letters and Image, Dot Letters Different Font, Shape Tracing Solid Line, Shape Tracing Dotted Line, Color Capitol Letter by Size, Color Lower Case Letter by Size, Color Image by Size, Upper Case Letter Maze, Lower Case Letter Maze, Upper & Lower Case Letter Maze, Color the Letter and Image Book, Color the Letter Book, Trace and Draw Book, Sort Upper & Lower Case, Sort by Size, Lacing Card, 2 part Letter & Image Puzzles, 4 part Puzzles, and 9 part Puzzles.

GHI Review Pack from Living Worlds Apart
letter G resources
Inside this printable pack, you will find:
letter play dough mats
2 part puzzles
sight word puzzles
alphabet tracers
magnifying cards
spin and graph activities
roll and graph activities
letter/sight word parking lot game
51 total pages to review the concepts – GHI as well as counting to 9, and the sight words: away, go, and you.

Raising Rock Stars Preschool ~ Letter Gg and Gymnastics Theme from 1+1+1=1
letter G resources
Our letter this week ~ Gg

Preschool Letter Activities: Letter G Coloring Pages from Fun Learning Ideas
letter G resources
Are you trying to find a fun way to teach your preschooler about the letters of the alphabet? Does your preschooler love to color or paint everything in sight? Try this preschool letter activities pack with letter g coloring pages. The pictures in this preschool letter activities pack all begin with the letter G.

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Freebie Friday ~ Letter F Resources

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Letter F Resources

5 FREE Preschool Worksheets for Preschool Alphabet Letter F from Happy & Blessed Home
Letter F Resources
If you’ve been following my blog for long, then you know I love to create fun printables for my preschoolers. I have a certificate in Early Childhood Education and I’ve enjoyed being a practitioner of Montessori methods with my own children for a handful of years.

By sharing about our preschool at home activities online I hope to help other moms and grandparents, teachers and caretakers discover new fun ways to use contemporary Montessori methods to preschool at home. I even teach other moms how to preschool at home through my online preschool program: Visual Montessori.

Did you know you can enrich your preschooler’s early childhood education with just a few simple preschool activities? You can, and with this post I’ll be sharing five fun and easy ideas.

Handwriting Practice for Kids: F is for Frog from Crystal & Co
Letter F Resources
This activity is perfect for parents that are looking for ways to teach the alphabet. Are you in the mist of teaching your preschooler his ABC’s? The perfect way to do this is with letter of the week activities for kids! We have a craft for each letter of the alphabet here as well as other activities as you teach your preschooler.

Printable Letter Book: Rhymes & Songs for Letter F from The Measured Mom
Letter F Resources
You will find these songs and rhymes in the Little Letter “F” Book:
F is for Flower
F is for Frog
F is for Five Little Speckled Frogs
F is for Firefighter
F is for Farmer
F is for Fireworks

F is for Family Unit (Printables) from Chestnut Grove Academy
Letter F Resources
Do-a-dot page
Number clip cards
Family member spelling pages
Do-a-dot magnet page

Free Romping & Roaring F Pack! from 3 Dinosaurs
Letter F Resources
Romping & Roaring F Pack contains 47 pages:
Coloring Page, Color and Trace, Color Or Dot the Letters, Stamp Letters on the Picture, Decorate the Letter (or playdough mat), Prewriting Practice Lines, Prewriting Practice Working up to Letters With Start & Stop, Trace Letters Practice with Start & Stop, Trace Letter, Trace Letter Place, Trace with Arrows, Trace Letter with Lines, Color Upper Case & Lower Case, Color the Letters, Find the Letter, Dot the Letter Upper & Lower Case, Matching on Page, Roll & Count, Dot the Letters, Dot Letters and Image, Dot Letters Different Font, Shape Tracing Solid Line, Shape Tracing Dotted Line, Color Capitol Letter by Size, Color Lower Case Letter by Size, Color Image by Size, Upper Case Letter Maze, Lower Case Letter Maze, Upper & Lower Case Letter Maze, Color the Letter and Image Book, Color the Letter Book, Trace and Draw Book, Sort Upper & Lower Case, Sort by Size, Lacing Card, 2 part Letter & Image Puzzles, 4 part Puzzles, and 9 part Puzzles.

Fairy Printable Pack from 1+1+1=1
Letter F Resources

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