Letters are hard to learn! First, there are 26 different ones to know. On top of that, there are 2 versions of each letter in the form of uppercase and lowercase! Second, those letters all have an individual sound. This means that students have to be able to look at a letter and understand the sound it makes. Third, students must learn how all those sounds blend to create words. Of course, there are always exceptions and rules for students to learn as they progress through school. Understandably, learning letters is stressful. Thankfully, the Letter Identification and Concepts of Print Digital Centers create fun and exciting activities!
Love of Tech
Students love technology! They are eager to start whenever they find out they get to work on any type of device. Thus, this resource infuses technology into your classroom! Even though students are working on challenging ELA skills, they will be excited to complete these activities. They will show hard work, grit, and determination.
One of the best parts of this resource is how it works on ANY device. Since schools all use different technology, these centers work great on PowerPoint OR Google Slides. Luckily, this versatility will ensure this fantastic resource fits in every classroom!
There are so many incredible centers to ensure students gain confidence in ELA skills!
Students will work on several different matching activities. For instance, this involves matching letter case letters to capitals and vice versa. Since students learn skills over time, there are multiple options. Each even includes fun graphics, such as balloons and cookies.
Students will also work on writing letters. Specifically, this includes lowercase and uppercase. As above, there are fun themes, such as s’mores and pups, to increase student interest.
Honestly, there are so many ELA skills! So, there are more centers on letter order and looking into how many words are in a sentence. As above, each center includes fun graphics to ensure students remain excited.
All the activities above are great for centers, small group work, RTI groups, or morning work. This versatility means teachers can implement this fantastic resource in multiple ways!
Teachers want to spend time helping students versus restating directions repeatedly. Therefore, there is no reading required on this digital activity. Instead, there are visual I Can cards so that students see what to do.
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Easy to Prep
Teachers have enough to handle! Therefore, the Letter Identification and Concepts of Print Digital Centers will save HOURS! These centers only take about 5 minutes of prep time to prepare the literacy centers each week. All teachers need to do is save the PowerPoints or upload them to Google Slides! Then, it is just a click of a button to print the response sheets. Students will be ready to start learning!
Learning letters is a foundational element for so many skills. Thankfully, the Letter Identification and Concepts of Print Digital Centers create many fun activities for students. Whether working on identification or writing, students will love logging into their devices to work!
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