- The alphabet song: That is possibly the most basic, but is extremely useful. Do sing the alphabet song often. Sing it slowly and distinctly. It will also help when you have a sizable alphabet chart and mention to each letter when you sing. If you can give all children letter cards in order (alphabet flashcards) they are able to even hold up each letter since it is sung.
- For every letter you teach, bring types of the letter (you may make cut-outs of the letter in card-board) and pass around to any or all children. When possible, you can make many so that you can give someone to each child. They could slowly build up an accumulation of the entire alphabet. Bring objects or models of common items that focus on the letter you're teaching. For instance: for B you can bring a ball, bat, banana, bun etc. Pass around these for all to see.
- Find a child whose name starts with this letter. He or she can then say out, for instance "Hello, I'm Arun.'A'for'Arun '" and so on. He can be the leader for that day. Engage the kids in a'Hunt For The Letter'game. Ask children to look around the space and pick up all objects that focus on any given letter.
- Use lots of colouring pages because so many children like to colour. The colouring pages must have letters in large sizes to colour. They might likewise have objects that begin with that letter.
- Kindergarten Worksheets: Use worksheets to simply help children re-inforce basic concepts in a great and interesting way.
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