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This Alphabet Activities MEGA BUNDLED Set includes 17 different alphabet resources in one giant bundle with over 700 pages of alphabet activities. Great for teaching children about identifying and forming the letters of the alphabet, learning what starts with each letter, and building their phonemic awareness.
This is perfect for Pre-K, preschool, and Kindergarten students learning their letters, but could also be used with first graders needing review with their handwriting and letter sounds or by parents of young children or for homeschooling of young children.
BUY this MEGA BUNDLE and save $20 off buying the Alphabet packs individually!
Check out the individual BUNDLES included in the MEGA BUNDLE & see previews:
All the activities are provided for all 26 letters of the alphabet. The activities included upon instant download are:
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I absolutely love this resource. The kids love this resource as well. Very easy to have students with disabilities work on these.