Children’s reading development is dependent on their understanding of the alphabetic principle – the idea that letters and letter patterns represent the sounds of spoken language. … Phonics instruction helps children learn the relationships between the letters of written language and the sounds of spoken language
Read the article- The Alphabetic Principle (Click on the link below)
Recognition of letters is a fundamental part of learning how to read. Without it, children struggle learning letter sounds and recognizing words. Children who cannot recognize letter and name them with their sounds have difficult learning how to read.
*** Let’s face it, learning the letters of the alphabet is not always fun for young children. They’d much rather be swinging or playing in the mud than learning to identify those squiggly lines we call letters. But, all it takes is a little creativity and you can make super fun, engaging alphabet activities your students will love. And the best part is, your kids will think they’re playing and they won’t even realize they’re learning – mission accomplished! Create an alphabet activity that could be utilized in a preschool classroom. The written assignment should include:
Create a “Literacy Newsletter” to the parents of your future students. If you want the newsletter to be at the Preschool level that is fine, if you would like to focus your newsletter at another grade level that also is acceptable. I have attached an editable newsletter template, you may use it, or you may completely create your own.