Early Learners Pages Alphabet Book

In this simple Alphabet Book created in Pages my Early Learners practice the ABC's using their reading, writing, speaking and listening skills. On each page of the book students create an audio recording saying the letter name and sound and search for a shape / images that begins with the letter. They then trace over the yellow text to practice fine motor and writing skills. I modeled and guided students on how to select the yellow text once they have finished their letter tracing and lower the opacity. This allows for the yellow supportive text to magically disappear, showcasing their writing independently. I have a attached a copy of the book as well as a short "How To" video.

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Posted on February 02, 2024

Katie, you always create such great resources that are customized for your students. Thanks for sharing with everyone!

Posted on February 07, 2024

This is such a great resource for early learners. Thank you for sharing!

Posted on February 21, 2024

Hi Katie, I always appreciate your work. This is a great resource for early learners to consolidate their early phonic knowledge. This could be a good independent activity for my learners when they have learned their alphabet letter sounds and could be used in a computing lesson when they are learning how to insert photographs and sound on a page of a book (a project towards the end of the academic year!)

My class have made Math Journals in a similar workflow and skill set too, that's an idea I got from Kristi Meeuwse: https://iteachwithipads.com/2016/10/04/ipad-math-journals-in-kindergarten/

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