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Dots of "D"

Give each child a letter “D” cutout and have them decorate it with various art materials.

Fish for Letters (down)

Display the down word card and identify the letters in the word. Let children take turns fishing for the letters in down.

Fish for Letters (hill)

Identify the letters in hill. Fish for the letters in the word hill and arrange the letters to match the word on the word card.

Learn About Letter Sounds Together: Bag of Sounds (/e/)

Pull a picture from the bag and name it. Repeat the word with children, emphasizing the beginning /e/ sound.

Learn About Letter Sounds Together: Bag of Sounds (/r/)

Play a sound game to review the letter sound /r/ at the beginning of familiar words.

Learn About Letter Sounds Together: Beginning Sound (/z/)

Help children learn the /z/ sound by having them come up with real or made-up words that begin with the /z/ sound.

Learn About Letter Sounds Together: Letter Sound (/d/)

Have children listen for words that begin with the letter sound /d/. Let children generate words.

Learn About Letters Together: Decorate Letter (“Hh”)

Children trace and decorate uppercase letter “H” with pictures of words that begin with the letter /h/ sound.

Learn About Letters Together: Decorate Letter (“Uu”)

Have children decorate a cutout "U" and then have a "U" parade around the room. 

Learn About Letters Together: “Ee” Mobiles

Have children trace the outline of the letter “E” and decorate it with drawings, pictures, or stickers of “Ee” objects. Hang the mobiles around the room.  

Learn About Letters Together: Hold Hands for "Hh"

Display the letter card “Hh” and have children work together to make a letter “H” by holding hands and stretching away from each other.

Learn About Letters Together: Letter ("Hh") and Word (hill) Hunt

Reinforce recognition of the letter “Hh” and the word hill by having children hunt for them around the room.

Learn About Letters Together: Letter March ("Uu")

Draw or tape a gigantic letter “U” outdoors and have children march along the letter.

Learn About Letters Together: Letter Shape (“Uu”)

Have children practice tracing the letter "Uu."

Learn About Letters Together: Letter Sort (“Hh”)

Have children sort the uppercase and lowercase letters.

Learn About Letters Together: Letters in Our Names (“Dd”)

Use the “Letters in Our Names” routine to help children find the letter “Dd” in children’s names.

Learn About Letters Together: Letters in Our Names (“Hh”)

Use the “Letters in Our Names” routine to help children find the letter “Hh” in children’s names.  

Learn About Letters Together: Letters in Our Names (“Uu”) #1

Use the Letters in Our Names Routine to help children find the letter “Uu” in their names.

Learn About Letters Together: Sandpaper Writing (“Dd”)

Use the “Sandpaper Writing Routine” to help children begin to write the letter “Dd.”

Learn About Letters Together: Target Letter (“Dd”) and Word (down)

Use the Target Letter and Word Routine to introduce children to the letter “Dd” and the word down.

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