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Mrs. Foster

Student Instructions

The Letters Have Fallen!

1. Watch the example 2. Tap then tap your name 3. Use the tool to turn the letters right side up and back on the shelf 4. Try to put the letters in order 5. Tap and use the tool to tap and read each letter on the shelf 6. Tap the to post your work

Kindergarten, Pre-K, English Language Arts, Home Learning
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Week 4: Children should have lots of experiences as partners and in small groups with manipulating capital letters or capital letter cards by flipping and turning them right side up and putting the letters in order using a model. For ELL or students needing support, use cards that have a mark at the top left corner and verbally prompt where the mark is to help children understand position. For enrichment, ask students to say the letter sounds after name the letters.