Sunday, August 26, 2012

Now I Know My ABCs Giveaway

I FINALLY got it finished and uploaded! I have been working on off and on since this summer and now it is here for you! What is it you ask? It is.... my Now I Know My ABC's Phonics Packet! And it can be yours too.... keep reading to find out how!


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And because I appreciate the fact that you are still here even though I have been so absent lately, EVERYONE is a winner when they download the Now I Know My ABC's PowerPoint


  1. MY fav phonics activity is to play swat

    The kiddos love to run around my room with a fly swatter and swat the skill cards that we use

    Pocket Full of Kinders

    Shuna P

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  3. I love play I have/Who has using sounds instead of letters.....kindegartners love this game...and there are wo many variations!

  4. Hi! I'm an SLP grad student collecting materials for when I'm in the "real world" (and for now!) and I'm your newest follower! I love your creative spin on topics :)
    My favorite is playing "I Spy" with sounds. Each kiddo is assigned a sound and can only find items in the pictures with their sound. They love being "in charge" of their own sound!
    Let's Talk Speech Therapy

  5. Thanks for sharing! This looks great! Cannot wait to use it with my class this year!

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  7. I like to have my kids play games such as swat and others. I forgot my email last time.

  8. I am a special education teacher and this year I have 9 kindergarten students. Your products and activities are so kid friendly and motivating. They will work great with my group!

  9. My favorite phonics activity...
    I like to have the students come up with actions for the sounds of each of the letters of the alphabet...really helps them to remember the sounds for each letter.

  10. We love making the actions, also. The kids also like substituting sounds in songs.

  11. Love changing the beginning of their names to a specif letter. Love to hear them laugh at the new word.
    Melissa Dills

  12. That looks like a great packet! I teach 1st grade with several ELL students who are still struggling with letters.

    Deb Kline

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  14. Love using songs to teach phonics!

  15. My students love when I change the beginning sound of their name to the letter/sound of the week.
    Laurie Green

  16. I love to use all kinds of phonics activities...variety is key to engagement:)
    We use The Phonics Dance which has actions to go with each letter of the alphabet! The kiddos love it!

  17. Swat was a well loved game.

    khzwolinski at gmail

  18. My kids love to play ABC popcorn!!

  19. guess the word........make the sounds and kids have to guess what it is.

  20. I love using the alphabet arc and phonics songs with movement.

  21. I do Visual Phonics with my kids every day. Works great for all types of learners, visual, auditory and kinesthetic.

  22. We love doing phonics songs and dances!

  23. I would greatly appreciate your copy of I Know My ABcs! Email:
    Thanks also so much for the PowerPoint version!!!

  24. I would greatly appreciate your copy of I Know My ABcs! Email:
    Thanks also so much for the PowerPoint version!!!

  25. Looks so cute!

  26. I love my letter sound concentration games for small group phonics practice.

    KinderKids Fun

  27. What a fantastic unit! it would be great in my transitional first grade classroom!

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