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Carma Sorensen

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ABC Order

1. Click on the add button. 2. Use the move tool to drag the ABC cards, in order, to the boxes above them. (Hint: They are all mixed up.) 3. Say the names of all the letters. 4. Click on the green check to save to your journal. Simplify: * You move the cards and have the child say the letter names with or after you. * Let your child move the cards to any box and say the name of the picture (You can say the name of the letter if desired.) * Point to each of the pictures and see how many your child can name. Extend: * Have your child not only say the name of the letter, but also the sound it makes. * Using their completed chart as a reference, have your child tell you what letter comes before or after the letter you name. * After completing the chart, have them find the letters in their own name or family members' names. Learning Potentials (Utah Core Standards) ELA 3 yr.2.3: With prompting and support, identify print in everyday life including numbers, alphabet letters, letters in their own name, and environmental print. ELA 4 yr.2.3: Identify print in everyday life including numbers, alphabet letters, letters in their own name, and environmental print. ELA 3 yr.2.14: With prompting and support, begin to identify the names and sounds of some upper- and lowercase letters of the alphabet, including those in their own name. ELA 4 yr.2.14: Identify the names and sounds of some upper- and lowercase letters of the alphabet, including those in their own name.

Kindergarten, Pre-K, Special Education, English Language Arts
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