Spanish Alphabet Books for PreK & Kindergarten
So many families raising young bilingual children are searching for resources right now to help their preschoolers and kindergartners learn to read in Spanish.
We are lucky to have Spanglish Schoolhouse participating in this year's Back-to-School Fiesta! They have generously offered their Spanish Alphabet Books Bundle. And what I love about it is that parents don't have to be native speakers to help their children learn!
Why? Because this set comes with QR codes . And although the student resources are 100% Spanish, the teacher instruction pages are in English.
This DIGITAL DOWNLOAD bundle is fantastic for practicing letter identification, syllable counting, and beginning sounds in Spanish (or sonidos iniciales).
Every consonant book has all five vowels represented. (The exception is c & g, because there are two versions for those letters: hard and soft.)
Each letter comes with five resources:
Flipbook with QR Code
A printable book children can color, cut, staple, and read to practice beginning sounds in the context of a predictable sentence. These have QR codes, so children can scan and read along with the flipbook using any QR code reader on a phone, tablet, or computer.
This is a full-color version of the above flipbook being read. NOTE: The QR code connects children to files in Google Drive. You will want to be sure your district does not block Google Drive files.
Trace & Match
Trace the word and match it to the correct picture.
Word Puzzle & Syllable Count
Children use the word bank to match the word to the correct picture, then count and circle the correct number of syllables.
Word & Picture Puzzles
Use these to introduce the vocabulary for each letter, as matching puzzles, or to play memory or Go Fish.
What a FABULOUS resource, no?!?
Visit Spanglish Schoolhouse to learn more and watch the video.
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