Alphabet Letter Cards Aa to Zz: Five 104-Card Packs + 24-Page Activities & Ideas Book
Games & Activities
Authors: Elaine Kirn-Rubin & Arthur E. Rubin
Suitable for: K-8, Secondary, Young Adult, Adult; Pre-Literate to New Readers; Basic to Beginning Language Learners
What They Are: Five Versions of four-of-a-kind 26-Letter Alphabet Cards with a 24-page book that helps teach "everything teachers/learners want to know first about the English Alphabetic Writing System."
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Why You Need Them:New readers at any age, learners ofEnglish as a Second or Foreign Language, and everyone that studies or works with printed or hand-written English have to know the names of the 26 letters and their order in the alphabet. They also appreciate hands-on, practical experience that has them manipulate the content they're acquiring. These five (5) complete 104-card packs and ideas will help them to:
recognize, name, match, and sequencemost varieties of printed and handwritten alphabet letters
use their knowledge and skill to engage in and keep learning from a variety of innovative activities and cooperative/competitive card and board games
begin to understand oral spelling; say letters aloud; write what they hear; alphabetize; look up items; differentiate between letters and sounds in reading, phonics, and pronunciation; and notice how the language works at the most detailed level
What They Contain:
five (5) complete 104-card sets of 4 matching letters each: a pair of one upper-case (capital) and one lower-case (small) manuscript (block) letters plus one upper-case and one lower-case cursive (handwritten) letter
a large variety of fonts (type faces) especially useful to native speakers/writers of languages that don't use of the roman/English alphabet. Some of these even include penmanship guidelines, shapes displaying "key words that start with those letters," and/or miniature images of classic playing cards with suits and ranks
plenty to do, make creative use of, and learn from, convincing educators and students from the start that learning can be natural, stress-reducing, and fun.
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