Lowercase letters recognition is one first things that young readers learn to identify. Why? Because these are seen the most – in books, in their names, and throughout their world. This lowercase letter recognition resource is designed for both parents and teachers to easily use as a resource for their beginning readers.
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Lowercase letter recognition practice pages
Beginning readers get to practice tracing letters. Images also help guide them with the sound of letters. The bottom section of the page gives readers a chance to find the focus letter.
Lowercase letter recognition advanced practice pages
The advanced practice pages give readers a chance to practice letters on their own and begin reading words.
Lowercase Letter Recognition Puzzles
These puzzles are great to help students find lowercase letters. 4 simple puzzles are included for each letter and then one larger puzzle with 4 pieces is provided for additional practice.
Lowercase Letter Pockets
Early readers can match words with lowercase letters by placing them in letter pockets. This is a great way to review the letters that learners have begun to recognize.
Lowercase Letter Bingo
Two versions of Bingo are available to help readers as they advance in letter recognition. Use dotters or other objects to identify letters called out in the game.
Lowercase Letter Assessment Pages
Once learners have had ample practice, use these assessments to check for correct letter recognition. They can also practice writing the letters on this page.
Who is this for?
This resource is great for any beginning reader. Whether you are a parent or teacher this resource is easy to use and implement. Your reader will be excited to have their own book.
What others are saying!
” My preschool students love doing these lessons. The easy repetition allows them the chance to practice on their own.”
“He loves practicing the letters in his notebook. I love that he can go at his own pace. He loves reading it to me too! ”
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