teaching the alphabet

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Alphamania Sale!

Give your preschoolers and kindergartners a head start this summer in preparation for the upcoming school year. Learning the alphabet has never been so much fun! Purchase Alphamania: An Alphabet Resource for Teachers and Parents now for only $1.99 at http://smashwords.com/books/view/122048 . Use coupon code ZM64G at checkout.

E is for Elk

Elk In The Oconaluftee River On The Cherokee Indian Reservation – WLOS News13.

Christmas Cyber Sale

Score your own copy (Kindle, Nook, computer or many other formats) of Alphamania: An Alphabet Resource for Teachers and Parents or give as a gift to your favorite preschool or kindergarten teacher for 1/2 Price now through December 15! Go to http://smashwords.com/books/view/122048 and enter code DM94G at checkout to get this invaluable book for only $3.00!

Learn the Alphabet – D is for Dot Dot Dot

 Dot Designs – Create pictures with sticker dots of varying sizes and colors. These dots are often used for price stickers for yard sales. Find them in the office supply aisle in most stores or make your own tiny ones by punching holes in construction paper with a hole punch. A “dot” of glue will fasten the … Continue reading

An Alphabet Craft for the Letter S – Squashy Putty

S is for Squashy Putty Squashy Putty (a homemade version of Silly Putty) is a lot of fun to make and use while studying the letter S (or P). It is very inexpensive and the children (as well as adults) love it. To make homemade squashy putty you need: A medium size bowl white glue liquid starch (in … Continue reading

Only one more week until Alphamania: An Alphabet Resource for Teachers and Parents is available as an ebook!

I am so excited about the release of Alphamania: An Alphabet Resource for Teachers and Parents within the next week – between January 15-23, 2012. Stay tuned!

Alphamania is coming in 2012!

Teaching the alphabet to little ones can be fun for all. In this one volume there are ideas for teaching each letter of the alphabet using all senses and subject areas. There’s not a worksheet in sight! Everything takes a “hands-on” approach.  Most supplies are very inexpensive or implement “reduce, reuse or recycle” concepts. Each … Continue reading