I Know My Letters
A printable alphabet coloring page.
Invite children to color the page. Can they name each letter and say the sound it represents?
Here are more ways to prepare children for literacy learning in kindergarten:
- Notice letters all around you in the world, and go on “letter hunts” (look at signs when you’re out and about: “Can you find the letter A?”).
- Help children practice writing their first names (in all uppercase letters or in a combination of upper and lowercase).
- Help children practice holding a pencil or crayon with their thumb and finger supporting the tip.
- Keep sharing lots of books and stories!
C is for...
Classroom communities care, collaborate, show compassion… and celebrate!
Sing-Along: Learning Party
Every day can be a celebration of learning. Keep the music going!
My Classroom Circle
Children can create their own unique circle canvas to share their favorite things with their classroom community... and see what they may have in common.
When children feel welcome and included, school can feel like a learning party that they’re invited to each and every day!
Back to School
A video that explores ways parents can build bridges of communication between the home and the classroom.
Cookie Monster at Circle Time
A storybook about circle time, classroom community, caring friends, and... COOKIES!
Just for Teachers: The Magic of Circle Time
Learning is all about relationships!