Freebie Friday ~ Letter A Resources

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Letter A Resources
Here is the first of a new Letter Resources series. This is Part 1 of 26, Letter A Resources. Below you will find all of the resources, and some new ones, that I used with all my littlies.

Baby Animals Printable Pack {free} from 1+1+1=1
Letter A Resources
This is a Preschool Pack featuring many different FREE printables all about baby animals! You can use many of these with tots,
preschoolers and even Kindergartners!

Prek Letter A from Confessions of a Homeschooler
Letter A Resources
Welcome to the Letter A where we’ll be having fun with Ants!

Letter of the Week – Letter A from One Beautiful Home
Letter A Resources
Each packet has a total of 8 printable sheets, that not only focus on a specific letter BUT they will also introduce / work on:

A lot of Handwriting Practice
Search & Find
…and more!

Alphabet Letter of the Week A from Tweet Resources on Teachers Pay Teachers
Letter A Resources
For your letter of the week activities, Tweet Resources has created a comprehensive alphabet program that will compliment your classroom. There are more than 20 pages of printables that include fun activities such as letter crowns, letter bracelets, interactive notebook activities and foldable booklets. There are also 2 alphabet songs recorded by Tweet Resources included. This letter package is part of a series of letter packages that are available via the links below.

1. Word Wall Cards: For your letter of the week classroom display, teachers can print out these cards for student reference and writing activities.

2. Let’s Print the Letter A (1): Your students will love this printing worksheet for mastering their handwriting and once completed they can color and cut out a Letter A bracelet!

3. Let’s Color the A Words (1): Students are to find and color all the words that start with the Letter A.

4. Let’s Spin the Letter A (1): In this popular activity, students are to use a pencil and a paperclip to make a spinner and then graph uppercase and lowercase A’s.

5. Let’s Find the Letter A (1): Students will learn to discriminate between different styles of writing by following all the different styled Letter A’s in the maze with a bingo dabber.

7. Let’s Sort the Letter A (1): Students will learn to distinguish between words that start with the Letter A sound, and words that don’t, by cutting out the picture pieces and sorting them into the two categories.

8. Let’s Group the Letter A (1): Students will learn to distinguish between uppercase and lowercase A’s by sorting the two letters into two groups in this cut and paste activity.

9. Let’s Make a Letter A Crown (2): Your students will love making their own Letter A crowns in this activity.

10. Letter A Foldable Booklet (1): A mini foldable reader has been included for students to take home and share their new letter sound with their parents, family and friends.

These alphabet activities are ideal for your preschool or kindergarten class, as well as ESL and ELL students.

This resource is compatible with Common Core Standards, including:
CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RF.K.3a Demonstrate basic knowledge of one-to-one letter-sound correspondences by producing the primary sound or many of the most frequent sounds for each consonant.
CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RF.K.1d Recognize and name all upper- and lowercase letters of the alphabet.

5 FREE Preschool Worksheets for Preschool Alphabet Letter A from Happy and Blessed Home
Letter A Resources
Hi, I’m Monica, an Early Childhood Education Certified Teacher. I started out as a homeschool preschool mom, but quickly learned I have a passion for helping other moms and teachers with their preschool at home efforts. Now I teach other moms how to preschool at home through my online preschool program: Visual Montessori.

I spent over five years developing a preschool learning curriculum for my two boys and I used the principles of Montessori, and everything I 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.

Tot School: Letter “A” with FREE Printables! from Izzie, Mac and Me
Letter A Resources
Letter a Flashcard
Letter a Apple Basket Sorting
Letter a Apple Tree Coloring
Apple Tree Letter a Cut and Paste
Apple Numbers 1-5
Apple Patterns
Alligator Colors (Colors)
Alligator Preposition Actvitiy

A is for Apple Themed Lesson Plans (one week) from Melissa Schaper on Teachers Pay Teachers
Letter A Resources
Exciting, engaging, easy to use lesson plans for ages 3-5. Great for preschool, in-home daycare and homeschool. Edlah lesson plans are colorful, visually simple and easy to understand. They are fun and cute with out the unnecessary fluff.

Edlah themed units are one week units that include many fun hands on theme based activities, recipes, sensory ideas, arts and crafts, fine/gross motor skill practice, journal ideas, printables (including easy reader books, word wall cards, sight word cards, and much more) and letter handwriting sheets in both block print or D’Nealian. Download the free preview for a snapshot of what you will get with this awesome set of lesson plans (click the download button below the thumbnail pictures on the right)!

Though the lesson plans are designed to build on each other through out a school year, they can be used individually or in any order.

FREE Romping & Roaring Letter A Printable Pack + 40% Off Additional Packs from 3 Dinosaurs
Letter A Resources
Color the Letter, Color the Pictures that start with that letter, 2 Color & Trace pages per each letter, Decorate Upper Case Letters, Decorate Lower Case Letters, 2 Writing Practices, Color the letters, ABC Matching the Same, Matching Upper Case Letters, Matching Upper Case Letters & Pictures, Matching Lower Case Letters, Matching Lower Case Letter & Pictures, Matching Upper Case & Lower Case, Which One is Different, Roll & Count Die, Roll & Trace, Roll & Color, Sorting: letters, pictures & words, 4 Part Puzzles, Letter Pattern Coloring, Fill in the Missing Pattern, ABC Finger Puppets, and ABC Review Game.




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PreK Week in Review: Letter of the Week ~ A

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This week we started with the Letter of the Week curriculum (see resources below for links) and Fifi L.O.V.E.D. it! We used this curriculum with koko a few years ago and he didn’t enjoy it nearly as much as Fifi does.

Our letter A wall
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Our Letter A biscuit snacks. We baked letter biscuits every week to go with our theme.
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Here are a few photos of Fifi busy with some of the daily activities

Using unifix cubes on her Aa lacing cards
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Ant colouring
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Making our letter “a” for our file (this will eventually become our letter of the week binder when she has completed the curriculum)
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The completed letter. She decided that she was going to colour the “a” in rainbow colours and use letter stamps to decorate it. The letter “A” stamps were homemade (keep an eye out for the “how to” post coming soon)
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Floor number beanbag toss. I changed this game up a little. Because the numbers are laminated, I was worried that she was going to slip when she jumped onto the numbers and hurt herself. I decided to make this a beanbag toss instead. She loved it and it worked on gross motor skills in the process! I put the numbers in two rows on our entrance steps. She then had to toss a beanbag at the number I called out. She loved this particular activity.
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Letter “Aa” tracing
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Roll an ant. She didn’t particuluarly like this activity. She find using scissors very tiring but I’m sure with time and exercise, she’ll start enjoying it more.
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Do a dot page. I don’t have dot markers, so we use our monster stamps. She loves it.
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Ant threading
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Ant graphing
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Momma’s favourite photo of the week:
Fifi got a haircut this week. She got the full treatment at the salon. Wash, cut and blow. Spoilt little princess ♥
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The Letter of the Week is a full 26 week preschool course designed to give your student a head-start on preparing for kindergarten! It is a 26 week curriculum that’s full of educational activities that focus on the letter recognition, sounds, number recognition, counting, basic math skills, pre-writing practice, and all the necessary fine-motor skills that will be required for your preschooler to be ready for kindergarten! Included are weekly lesson plans that cover all the subjects a preschooler needs and more!

Letter of the Week Recap: Letters A, E, I, O, U & B

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Letter of the week
~Koko 36 – 39 Months~







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Tot School ~ Letter of the Week Aa

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Preschool CornerLetter of the week
~Koko is 36 months old~
~Fifi is 14 months old~

We started the LETTER OF THE WEEK curriculum from Confessions of a Homeschooler last week and Koko is absolutely loving it.

Here are some pics from last week

Watching him cut with scissors is hilarious. He pulls his mouth as he cuts 😀

Shape of the week

Edible finger paints from Edukids, He wasn’t to keen on the stickiness or the taste 😀

Even Fifi got in on the fun

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*Due to technical issues, this post is late. This is for the week of April 19th, 2010