Hi, Teaching Friends!
Do you keep lots of alphabet charts in your classroom? Most of us have one set of reference words, posted on a large alphabet chart or alphabet line, which is a great thing. But there are advantages to also offering a variety of smaller charts. Sometimes one of our little learners will not connect with a key word on the class chart, but a key word/picture on an alternate chart really “clicks” for him or her. Sitting side-by-side and reading alphabet charts (“a”, apple, / a/ .. “b”, bug, /b/…etc.) is also a good way to practice early buddy reading!
Here’s a chart to add to your collection!
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