We have been working on pages for our alphabet binders for the past 7 months. I am excited to finally get to send them home with the children tomorrow. I hope they enjoy looking at the letters. Maybe they will remember some of the fun activities we have done this year, too.
In the front of each binder I have included a capital and lower case alphabet page, a sign language alphabet page (We learned a new letter of the sign language alphabet each week.), and a phonics song paper (My aunt gave me a copy of this years ago and we sing it every day.).
Every paper is in a sheet protector to ensure that the pages stand up to frequent turning, and to contain any of the glitter, sand, rice, etc. that might fall off.
Here are all of the letters we have done since the beginning of September. When we first started the letter “A” I had no idea what I was doing. I still don’t totally know what I am doing, but I would like to think that the children have learned a lot along the way. I know I have.