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This NO PRINT computer-based digital activity reinforces upper and lowercase letter recognition and identification. It is a NO PRINT Digital Activity with an option to print large cards to use for distance learning or your classroom for students who need visual support, attention to focus, or developing motor skills to use a mouse or touch screen for responses.
This NO PRINT digital interactive focuses developing the skill of identifying upper and lowercase letters of the alphabet. This reading activity has a fun, winter theme and can be used in the classroom as an independent digital learning tool, or in the home for distance learning, homeschooling, or homework.
How to turn our “NO PRINT Digital” activities into easy-to-use Take Home Binders!
What better way to accommodate your students learning needs for distance learning, summer skills practice, and learning outside of the school environment!
Our students have unique abilities. Some do fairly well completing an online task, while others may struggle with motor skills that prevent them from participating. Just PRINT the activity pages (skip over the yes/no, correct/ try again pages) and place in sheet protectors. Provide your student with a dry erase marker or washable marker to mark/circle response choices!
· Just download to your desktop, smartphone, iPad or tablet! You must have the free version of Adobe Reader installed. You will have the activity ready at your fingertips! It’s the easiest way to introduce your students to “easy click” digital activities. The student begins on the cover page by clicking the green button, which then takes him/her to the first instructional page.
· YES! As well as using as an independent work task, this activity can be expanded upon to reinforce independent work skills related to letter recognition, letter sounds, letter formation, or letter identification. It is suggested that the student completes the activity on a computer or tablet where he or she can engage with the teacher, family member, or guardian.
Absolutely! Here is a suggested IEP Goal that aligns with this activity:
1. Given an uppercase letter of the alphabet and a choice of four lowercase letters to choose from, STUDENT will identify the correct lowercase letter with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
Please have any team members from your school, or within your school district, purchase individual or school licenses. Sharing, copying, placing on a school or private server or learning platform without express written consent is a violation of copyright. Mindful of person budgets, this activity is priced within an affordable range for number of activities it includes.
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