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Letter of the Week Simplified! Over 650 pages of downloadable resources for teaching children the Alphabet one week at a time. For each letter of the alphabet, you'll receive 25 pages of activities, worksheets, charts, coloring pages, math explorations and more. Designed to keep the prep work to a minimum, our letter of the week Alphabet Curriculum can be spread over 26 weeks. View the sample pages above for a sample 3 and 4-day schedule. Suggested age range is Preschool to K4.
Please Note this is a downloadable product only, nothing physical will be mailed. Binder in photos is for illustrative purposes only.
Our Alphabet Curriculum Notebook contains charts, worksheets and games for every letter of the alphabet! This pack includes a suggested weekly guide for implementing a Letter of the Week style binder in homeschool classroom.
For each letter of the alphabet you'll find the following printables:
- Letter Chart
- How to Write Chart
- Beginning Letter Coloring Page
- Beginning Letter Guided Coloring Page
- Quilt Letter Square & Handwriting
- Blank Letters (x3 for coloring or art projects)
- Tracing Worksheet
- Handwriting Worksheet
- Find the Letter Worksheet
- Beginning Letter Worksheet (x3)
- Daily Math Worksheet
- Count & Graph Worksheet
- Spin & Race to the Top Worksheet
- Full Color Memory Game (or Flashcards)
- Alphabet Puzzle Match Game (26 different puzzles)
- 4 in a Row Bingo Game Cards (4 different cards for each letter)
Loved this little Letter of the Week curriculum. Because the worksheets are the same each week, even the youngest kinders can start working independently after just a few weeks of exposure. I felt like this was a great value!
This program does a great job of incorporating math and writing and reading. Also, hand strength and control - cutting, glueing. Puzzles and games included are fun. The repetition is good in that its predictability leads to independence. My four year old can do so much of it all by herself- which is nice to see the internal motivation.
So happy I found this sight. I've purchased several bundles and they are all great, interactive and educational. I mainly use it for my 2 yo but my 4 yo enjoys it as well.
I searched the internet and pinterest for a hand on learning alphabet curriculum that would work for my nephew. He is 3 years old, he is eager to learn, but doesn't like to do a lot of boring worksheets. He is really enjoying the alphabet curriculum notebook.