Sound Chart ~ Two WaysFirst, I made a sound chart without words. I made it with color and black and white pictures. I did this to be used with Jan Richardson's Pre-A Reading Level. The Alphabet Tracing Book is a key to success for our earliest or most struggling readers. Jan's book contains the capital, lowercase, and a picture connection...no words.
Alphabet Tracing Book ~ Two WaysI made an 8/12 x 11 copy of the book. Each page contains just the capital, lowercase and picture. Students who are using this book would trace the letters with their finger independently or with a hand-over-hand support. You only need one book per class, as you would do this individually. I created these in both black and white and color.
It is important if you are using the Alphabet Tracing Book to use the same picture links throughout the classroom. Use them for the calendar chants, the alphabet anchor chart, the word wall headers. To make an alphabet linking chart, print the black and white version of the chart and take it to a neighborhood copy shop and get it enlarged 300x. You could also print it with a poster size option on your printer. There is a great post over at Dragonflies in First for printing poster size. It's worth it!
A special thanks to My Cute Graphics for the clip art. Visit her, she has great things.
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