Use the alphabet books to acquaint children with objects that start with the target letter and sound, and to introduce them to concepts of print.
Fun and amusing one-page alliterative rhymes for each letter of the alphabet that help children with naming and with learning the alphabet.
Great for games and letter recognition activities in classrooms and small groups.
Ruled worksheets for each letter of the alphabet that provide practice in uppercase and lowercase letter formation.
Full-page sheets featuring numbers 1 through 10 and letters A through Z which include picture representation for each character.
Reading A-Z Alphabet Books and their accompanying resources help students learn to identify, name, and write the letters of the alphabet. Along with printable and projectable books for every letter of the alphabet there are flashcards, Chants, and Letter Formation Worksheets to help teachers, parents, and caregivers teach the alphabetic principle. More About Alphabet Books
Why Use Alphabet BooksThe alphabetic principle teaches that spoken language is represented by written words that are made up of varying combinations of letters, and that these letters and combinations of them make up all of the sounds in spoken language.
Attaching sounds to the letters and learning to write them paves the way to successful reading and writing.
How to Use Alphabet BooksFocus on the pictures that represent the target sound in each book. Featured in the second part of each book is a sentence such as "A is for apple."
Students can practice concepts about print such as one-to-one correspondence, tracking print left to right, and using illustrations to confirm word meaning.
Have students make their own books or add pages to their printable Alphabet Books.
Use the English Alphabet Assessments to help you plan instruction.
Zaner-Bloser style alphabet letter flashcards
D'Nealian style alphabet letter flashcards
Zaner-Bloser style alphabet/sound flashcards
D'Nealian style alphabet/sound flashcards