Saturday, February 25, 2017

Learning the Alphabet

The alphabetic principle is the idea that words are made up of letters that represent sounds. When children develop an understanding of the this principle, they recognize that the letters they see in printed words are related to the sounds they hear when they say the word out loud. This helps children that the relationship between letters and sounds can be used to help them read new words.

ABC Game (K-3)
Click on a letter box to hear the letter name and sound.

Boowa and Kwala Alphabet Game (K-3)
Click on the requested letter.

Which Letter is…....? (K-3)
Choose the correct letter.

 

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