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Suzanne Snead, Digital Learning Specialist

Animals All Around: Z is for...

Grades: PK-TK, Kindergarten
Subjects: Early Literacy

Student Instructions

Let's practice the letter Z! There are 2 pages in this activity. πŸ‘†πŸΌ on the ⭐to listen to the directions. πŸ‘†πŸΌ the 🟑➑ at the bottom of the page to go to the next page. πŸ‘†πŸΌ the 🟒 add button to begin. 1. Page 1: πŸ‘€ at the pictures. Decide which ones begin with the letter Z. πŸ—£ what's in the picture. Does it sound like "zzzzz"? 2. Use the move tool to move the pictures that begin with Z to the βšͺ. You will need to find 4 pictures. 3. Then πŸ‘†πŸΌ the 🟣 frame-voice to record yourself πŸ—£what's in the picture. 4. Then πŸ‘†πŸΌ the 🟑➑ at the bottom of the page to go to the next page. 5. Page 2: Use the drawing tool to trace the letter Zz. Trace the capital Z and the lowercase z. 6. Then drawing something that begins with the letter Z in the ⬜. 7. Use the pen to write the word that goes with your picture. 8. πŸ‘†πŸΌ the 🟣 frame-voice to record yourself πŸ—£"Z is for...and πŸ—£ the name of the thing you drew." 9. πŸ‘†πŸΌ the 🟒 check when you are ready to turn it in.

Teacher Notes (not visible to students)

⭐Summary: Students will practice the letter Z by identifying things that begin with Z, tracing the letter Z, drawing something that begins with Z and completing a sentence with the name of what they drew. πŸ”‘ Key Vocabulary: things that begin with Z in the pictures: zoo, zebra, zero, zipper, zigzag, zucchini and zombie. ⭐This is a supplemental activity that can be used in conjunction with your district curriculum. ⭐This activity is best used whole group on an interactive board where students come up and manipulate the objects in the activity or on individual devices in focused small groups (especially for any voice or screen recording/video activities). πŸ›‘ Always preview videos to be sure they fit your audience/needs.