Letter of the Week: "S" is for Scarecrow

Kindergarten / ELA / Letters
Lesson Objective
Engage in fun, varied tasks to learn letters and what they represent
Length
6 min
Questions to Consider
How can the 3 components--sing a song, read a story, arts & crafts--be a routine for any letter?
Why do students need so many types of experiences with letters?
Note how much practice and repetition students have saying and seeing words that begin with "S".

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