Letter of the Week

I have been creating Letter of the Week packs for letters A-Z.  I have just started making these letter packs, but I decided to share them with you in case anyone is looking for extra printables to practice the letters!  





These letter of the week packs are designed to help you teach a specific letter all week long!

I have found that most teachers focus on one letter each week, and practice the writing, reading, recognizing, and listening for the beginning sound of that letter.
Included in this pack are different letter printables to: 
-recognize the letter
-color the picture with the beginning sound
-trace the letter 
-print the letter 
-sort the upper- and lowercase letters
-letter decodable: copy and cut on the line, staple into a booklet, and have the students trace the letter and word
-poster of the letter

Ways to use this pack: 
-use for center work 
-independent practice
-homework
-you can put the sheets in pocket protectors and place in a binder, the students can write on the pocket protectors with dry erase markers to practice daily!

Common Core Standards:
ELA.RF.K.1 
ELA.RF.K.1d 
ELA.RF.K.2d 
ELA.RF.K.4

Here are some pictures of the Letter A pack in use!







Check out some of the letter packs in my store!












These letter packs have been so helpful in my classroom, I hope they can help you too!


4 comments

  1. Michelle, you're totally right - as a kindergarten teacher, we do still focus on a letter a week. What a great idea! How are you liking 4th grade? Stop by if you have a chance! :)

    Sharon Dudley, NBCT
    Teaching with Sight

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  2. I'm going to share this with my kinder co-workers!

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    Brenda
    You Might Be a First Grader….

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  3. Can't wait to get them all!!! These look amazing!!!

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  4. Your letters of the week pack looks great! Are you missing those kinders??? I'm so tempted to move up too...enjoy your day off friend.
    xoxo,
    Vicky
    Traditions, Laughter and Happily Ever After

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