Are you looking for a fun way for your students to identify and learn the letters of the alphabet? Interactive notebooks are one of my favorite tools to use with students. If you haven’t tried them, you should! This Interactive Alphabet Notebook has it all! Your students will have fun learning their abc’s. It contains a large variety of skills that are all interactive activities for all uppercase and lowercase letters of the alphabet from Aa-Zz. It also includes alphabet letter crafts for all letters, both uppercase and lowercase, for students to create. You can use this pack with preschool, kindergarten, first grade, students with autism or special needs, and it is also an excellent resource for students receiving RTI interventions. Providing repeated exposure of the letters, in a variety of ways that student find fun and engaging, is hand-down one of the best ways to help your students master identifying their letters of the alphabet, as well as associating the beginning sounds of the letters.
Please check out the preview video! It shows setup examples, all letter craft pictures, cover options, and the crafts/interactive activities for two full letters as examples.
Skills and activities included are:
-Pictures and directions for each craft
-Uppercase/lowercase letter sorting
-Beginning sound identification
-Rainbow Writing Letter Tracing
-Find and color or stamp the letter
-Spin to win (race to the top) for letter identification and tracing
-Fine Motor Alphabet uppercase and lowercase mazes
-Uppercase and lowercase craft templates on both pre-made pages that you can just copy and go, or letter patterns that you can copy onto colored cardstock (or construction paper if your school allows it), then traced, colored and cut out by you or your students.
Interactive notebooks are wonderful because they show progression of learning throughout, which is great data! They also can be used as a keepsake for families because they come out adorable with the included crafts!
These can be completed in small groups, independent learning centers, for homework, or any other way you need. You can check out my blog for how I have used it in my classroom.