By Small Talk Speech Pathology

Tuesday, 1 November 2011

Alphabet Box

Here is a cool way of teaching and reinforcing what sound each letter of the alphabet makes.  This activity focuses on increasing sound-letter correspondence.

An alphabet box can be easily made with things collected around the house. View this idea at pink & greem mama and chapter forty

As mentioned in the above blog - you can get a box to store all the objects at Kmart.  You then need to print off some letters - its a good idea to print both the capital and small font eg. Aa, Bb, Cc.
Next step is to collect all the objects and have fun putting it all together!  Remember to say the sound that the object starts with eg. 'b' as in 'ball', 'w' as in 'watch'.

'B' objects

'S' objects
Happy Learning!

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