In the next installment of my 101 Ways to Teach the Alphabet Series I am sharing a printable Letter Graphing activity that can be used to teach letter recognition, letter formation, and early math skills in the form of graphing.
I have made this printable very flexible with several options for both the graph and the dice to best meet your needs.
The first dice option involves printing out the dice template included in the printable. Cut out the template and write six letters on it.
Then assemble the dice and use it with the Letter Graphing worksheet.
The version of the Letter Graphing worksheet shown below can be paired with a dot marker to simply have kids mark a square each time a letter is rolled.
If you own differentiated instruction cubes (which I recommend as they are useful for so many activities!), print out the six letter templates, write a letter on them, and stick them into the clear pockets on all six sides of the differentiated instruction cube.
Have your child roll the dice you have just made to complete the Letter Graphing worksheet.
The version of the Letter Graphing worksheet shown below asks children to write the letter in a square each time it is rolled. This provides children with extra practice forming their letters.
No matter which version of the Letter Graphing worksheet you select, your children will have an opportunity to practice their graphing skills. As they work, ask them questions about which letter has been rolled the most or which letters have equal numbers of rolls so your child can practice reading the data from the graph.
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More ways to teach to the alphabet
More alphabet printables from Gift of Curiosity:
- Starry Night Letters
- Hot Glue Letters
- Letter Pin-Punching Pages
- Letter Puzzles
- Dot Letters
- Beginning Sounds Alphabet Clip Cards
- Letter Slap game
- Letter Kaboom
- Alphabet Lacing Cards
- Identifying Letters by Touch
- Funky Fonts Letter Sorting
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