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I use these for large/whole group activities to crunch the alphabet. Early in the school year we use “Who Let the Letters Out” by Dr. Jean. I pass out alphabet cards around the circle and each child munches on their letter as we sing it in the song. The bottom picture is another one we use for whole group activities, like munching rhyming words.
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I also have a set of medium sized munchers. I bought these at Dollar Tree, a few years ago as well.
As you can see, they are not decorated as elaborately as the larger munchers. I cut the eyes out of the paper and taped them on! But hey, it works! I use these for small group/partner work. The children can crunch word families, color words or scientific concepts such as living or non-living pictures.
It’s more of a “personal muncher” I’d say! I glued on some large swinging eyes with E6000. I plan to have the students use this muncher to practice skills like target words (printed on cookies), counting markers, etc. The possibilities are endless and the munchers make it fun to practice. ; ) This one is only about 10 or 12 inches tall. It was too cute to pass up at the dollar tree the other day! There are tons of other Muncher ideas out there for you to explore! Have fun and thanks for checking in! Your kids will LOVE making this book to go with the song. First, take a digital close-up of each child with their mouths wide open. Enlarge the image and paste it on a sheet of paper. Then cut letters out of construction paper and glue to the tongue of their picture. Write words for each side that match the picture, for example “I have D /d//d/ in my mouth.”
Hint! If you don’t have 26 students, use the principal, secretary, janitor, etc. to fill in the letters of the alphabet. Body letters Let the children make letters with their bodies. Take pictures. Put the letters together to make a book. *Divide the children into groups of 3 or 4 and have them lie on the floor to make different letters. Take pictures for a book. Alphardy (“Sing to Learn” CD) A for apple /a/ /a/ /a/ (Pretend your fist is an apple.) B for bounce /b/ /b/ /b/ (Bounce a ball.) C for cut /c/ /c/ /c/ (Open and close index and middle finger as if cutting.) D for dig /d/ /d/ /d/ (Pretend to dig.) E – elbow (point to elbow.) F – fan (Fan yourself with your hand.) G – gallop (Gallop in place.) H – jump (Jump on one foot.) J – scratch (Scratch yourself.) J – jump (Jump up and down. ) K – kick ( Little kicks with the foot.) L – love (Hug myself.) M – munch (Move your mouth as if you are eating.) N – nod (Nod your head.) O – opera (Stretch out your arms and sing dramatic.) Q – quiet (index finger) on lips.) R – run (Run in place.) S – sew (Pretend to hold a needle and sew.) T – speak (Open and close fingers like a mouth.) U – up (lean over.) V – volley (Hands in the air and pretend to volley a ball.) W – wiggle (tilt all over.) X – x-ray (Make “x” with arms.) Y – yawn ( Extend your arms and pretend to yawn.) Z – zigzag (Make e n imaginary “z” in the air.) Letter sounds are all you need. Put them together and you can read! (Keep your palms together and open like a book.) *You can download this book at drjean.org. http://www.drjean.org/html/monthly_act/act_2005/03_Mar/Alphardy.pdf *Create the black and white student version for children to take home and sing with their families. http://www.drjean.org/html/monthly_act/act_2005/03_Mar/AlpherdyBW.pdf *Run this chart for each student and paste it into a file folder. Children can use this for choral singing or for independent work at the listening centre. If you give them a pretzel stick or Bugle for a cue, they’ll get a little snack at the end of the song! http://www.drjean.org/html/monthly_act/act_2010/01_Jan/1books/alfardyChart.pdf *Insert child’s name into song: D for Darren /d/ /d/ /d/ E for Erin /e/ / e / /e/ S for Sammy /s/ /s/ /s/ H for Hannah /h/ /h/ /h/ *Adjust the words for environmental print: M for MacDonald’s /m/ /m/ /m/ L for Legos / l/ /l/ /l/ *Take color words, number words or high frequency words and sing them. R for Red /r/ /r/ /r/ P for Purple /p/ /p/ /p/ Letter Tails (Tune: “Gilligan’s Island”)
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This is one of my favorite alphabet books that Barb Smith made several years ago. It is good for letter recognition, phonics and visual closure (recognizing the whole from the part).
Http://www.drjean.org/html/monthly_act/act_2013/09_Sep_css/pg06.htmlteach the letter sounds. Learning the letter sounds correctly is a critical step into the world of reading aloud, and learning through music makes the process fun and memorable! For more amazing and educational songs, don’t miss our collection of the best songs for kids.
One thing is certain – letter names, sounds and formation are an important part of a preschool child’s day. Learning the letter sounds accurately is so important to get right the first time! Otherwise, you are setting yourself and your children up for a world of frustration and retraining. Use high quality letters