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Learning Success Kit - First Grade

Kids aren’t born with the ability to read or recognize letters. However, they have a natural curiosity and desire to learn, so teaching them letter identification will be appealing. To ensure they grasp the concept and have fun during the process, having the right tools is essential.

Learning to Recognize Letters

The precursor to reading is being able to recognize letters. Letter recognition early in life ensures that students have the foundational knowledge they need to recognize and form words. In addition, being able to recognize letters helps them with learning letter sounds, which is essential when it comes to reading.

Not only do letter recognition activities help with reading words on a page, but it can also show readers that the printed word is associated with spoken language. Having this foundational knowledge can benefit students and help them become better readers and speakers.

Letter Activities for Preschoolers

The best time for students to learn letter recognition is when they are in preschool. Since this topic is a precursor to reading, having students learn the alphabet as soon as possible benefits them throughout their school career.

To ensure your preschool classroom is conductive to recognizing letters, you might consider hanging a letter recognition chart on the wall or bulletin board. When it comes to instilling the basics of writing with letter recognition, using tracing letters worksheets can help with that task. Or you might decide to use a plastic sand tray to have your students create letters. It makes the process unique and appealing.

Looking for a way to make letter identification exciting? Add some alphabet games to your classroom. Your students will be learning valuable skills while having fun. At Really Good Stuff®, we have a variety of options to choose from.

For kids that like to move, adding the Whack-A-Letter Game to daily instruction will help with the visual, tactile and auditory learning of letters. Most kids like cookies, so the ABC Cookies Game combines their love of sweet treats with learning to bring you alphabet manipulatives.

Important Skills Taught in Thrilling Ways

Being able to read is the foundation of a good education, and it all starts with students being able to recognize letters. Finding the educational tools to help with this important endeavor isn’t hard, and the right options can help you teach these skills in thrilling ways.