Alphabetical order: Sometimes called ABC order. This means to put the letters in the correct order.
Letter case: Each letter in the alphabet has an uppercase and lowercase letter. Words that begin sentences use an uppercase. Words that are important also use uppercase letters. Lowercase letters are used in all other instances.
Dot-to-dot: a series with dots that have a number or a letter with it. Your job is to draw a dot from the first number or letter to the last.
Week: 21 Lesson ID:204
The Big Questions:
How can a computer help me to learn about letter sounds? How can a computer help to understand the alphabet?
1. Learn that sounds can be blended to create words.
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CCSS K.RF.1.1b - Print Skills - Demonstrate understanding of the organization and basic features of print. - Recognize that spoken words are represented in written language by specific sequences of letters.
Basic Operations and Concepts - Developmentally appropriate multimedia resources (interactive books, educational software & elementary multimedia encyclopedias) will be utilized to enhance and support learning.