Core Word and Letter of the Week
The “Core Word and Letter of the Week” program was created to help your preschool, and early language learners communicate! This program makes lesson planning a breeze, gives you more time to focus on students, and helps you teach crucial language skills.
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Included in this download are easy to implement sets of activities, worksheets, and ideas focusing on CORE vocabulary for every letter of the alphabet. Core vocabulary is used for 94% of all the words spoken, and, therefore most important vocabulary for all early language learners. Core vocabulary provides flexibility to request, comment, ask for help, and engage socially. It is the foundation for later language.
With “Core Word and Letter of the Week”, you will use a systematic way to teach the alphabet and increase phonics skills. My teachers and I have chosen to teach the letters in alphabetic order, however, they could be taught in any order that works with your other curriculum. Because there are more weeks in the school year than letters of the alphabet, go back and start over after finishing the first round.
For each letter of the alphabet, the following materials are included:
- ★ Letter for parent/staff, including links to songs and books to support the word
- ★ Communication board
- ★ Poster for classroom and Engineering the Environment cues
- ★ Activity
- ★ Worksheet
- ★ File Folder activity
- ★ Book
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