Tactile letters (a to e) in preschool

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To integrate the letter of the week with a sensory experience the children glue or paint something on each letter.

Presenting the Letter A!

A is for Ant!

A tactile experience is integrated to reinforce the sound of the letter as well as the shape of the letter…

 

Presenting the Letter B!

B is for bubble wrap!

 

 

We try to make sure that the objects we use to glue to each letter actually start with the sound of that letter so the children can recall the sound along with the letter and the object.

 

Presenting the Letter C!

C is for cotton!

 

Each class puts their own spin on the process. Some use paint and others use a more tactile approach…

 Presenting the Letter D!

D is for dot!

 

Trying to find simple objects that actually start with the sound of each letter can be a challenge on some letters…

 

Presenting the Letter E!

 

 

E is for elbow! (elbow macaroni)

 

I like this one too – C is for Cardboard from Preschool Daze!

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Deborah J Stewart

Deborah J Stewart

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