Category Archives: Interactive Notebook

Letter Sorts for Your Interactive Notebook {Uppercase and Lowercase Letter Recognition}

I’ve posted a compilation of all of the Letter Sorting Activities from My First A to Z Interactive Notebook. These are great for teaching letter recognition, uppercase and lowercase pairs and beginning letter sounds.

Each sheet contains all you need to practice one set of letters. And every activity is tailored to that letter’s beginning sound.

Here is a look at all of the activities:

Print the activities on your favorite Astrobright paper:

Add the letter sorts to your letter formation practice pages:

Or print them on white paper so your students can color/personalize their work:

Get these Letter Sorts for half-off through tomorrow!

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SCRIPTURE I STUDY from A to Z {Interactive Notebook Edition}

Are you thinking about sending your kindergartner to a summer camp for their character development? Why not spend a few minutes each day teaching them foundational scripture instead? We’ve transformed our Scriptures I Study from A to Z Booklet into Interactive Notebook, activity-packed FUN! The activities included in this pack will help your children visualize… Continue Reading

YAY! The Bundle is Complete!

Letter Z has been added to this amazing set of interactive phonics activities, so this baby is complete! Yay! Grab it at half-off today! For each letter your students will complete hands-on activities for:                                  – Correct letter formation (uppercase and lowercase writing) – Letter recognition – Sorting lowercase and uppercase – Beginning sounds (including long… Continue Reading

My First A to Z Interactive Notebook {TUTORIAL}

Last year, we published our First Math Interactive Notebook. It is a great introduction to numbers, counting and basic operations. I love that it is filled with hands-on seat-work that my preschooler (now K-4) can accomplish with minimal direction from me! As I mentioned back in October, we are using an interactive notebook for phonics,… Continue Reading

Word Work for First Grade {and beyond!}

Are you helping your students develop a solid understanding of phonemes–the sounds letters make, either alone or in concert with other letters? This is the year to do just that! In First Grade, students are introduced to so many new letter combinations and sounds it can be a bit daunting to teach. Today, I’m going… Continue Reading