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Alphabet Train: This alphabet train wall poster is a fun way to reinforce learning the alphabet for students. When completely assembled the poster is 9 1/2 " tall by 19 ft long. Post it along your classroom wall or along several adjoining walls. All 26 letters of the alphabet are included. Each letter page includes three cut and paste beginning letter sound pictures and a section for students to trace upper and lower case letters.
Have students complete a page a week as you introduce each new letter. Add each letter to the train and watch it grow throughout the year! Use this product for morning work or send each page home as homework throughout the year. Also included are two parent letters for this option. Another option is to have students complete each page at school and keep them in a folder for each student. Then at the end of the year send all the pages home with the assembly instructions for parents to display on a wall in their home to review letter names and sounds over the summer.
Options for Use:
1. Classroom Wall Poster
2. Individual Student Posters (for Morning Work or Homework)
3. Homeschooling Project
Who is it for?
Kindergarteners (5 to 6-year-olds)
26 letter posters (black and white for students to color)
train engine poster (black and white for students to color)
2 parent letters
2 instruction pages (color and black and white)
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I taught PreK - 8th grade special education for six years and 4th grade general education for five of those years as well. I also served as chair of the academically talented committee. I'm now a stay at home mom of 3 (soon to be 4) little blessings and just started homeschooling! I love creating hands-on resources that are differentiated and interdisciplinary. Be sure to check out my Teacher Gems website which includes a collection of educational websites for teachers (most of which are free). I would love to hear from you so please stop by my Facebook page to say hello! ~Kelsea