- The alphabet song: That is probably the most basic, but is extremely useful. Do sing the alphabet song often. Sing it slowly and distinctly. It may also help if you have a big alphabet chart and explain to each letter when you sing. If you can give all children letter cards in order (alphabet flashcards) they are able to even endure each letter as it is sung.
- For each letter you teach, bring types of the letter (you will make cut-outs of the letter in card-board) and pass around to any or all children. If at all possible, you may make many so that you can provide one to each child. They can slowly build-up an accumulation of the whole alphabet. Bring objects or models of common items that start with the letter you're teaching. As an example: for B you would bring a ball, bat, banana, bun etc. Pass around these for all to see.
- Find a kid whose name starts with that letter. He or she will then say out, for example "Hello, I am Arun.'A'for'Arun '" and so on. They can be the leader for that day. Engage the children in a'Hunt For The Letter'game. Ask children to check around the room and get all objects that begin with any given letter.
- Use plenty of colouring pages since many children want to colour. The colouring pages needs to have letters in large sizes to colour. They may likewise have objects that begin with that letter.
- Kindergarten Worksheets: Use worksheets to help children re-inforce basic concepts in an enjoyable and interesting way.
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