5So, to alphabetize a group of words, we need to follow TWO simple steps. 1st: find the first letter of each word.You can mark it, circle it, or underline it.In the example here, we have the words igloo, hobby, jolly, and grain. And you can see how I chose to underline the first letter.Simple! We’re halfway there!
12Try the exercise with these variations: Use last names Get into groups and organize yourselves alphabetically by your first names.Try the exercise with these variations:Use last namesMake larger groupsWithout talking*I feel that the best application would actually be to continue with the lessons and begin looking up words in a dictionary.
13Create your own alphabet poster (individually or in groups) Write out the alphabet and add an accompanying picture of a word that starts with each letter.*I feel that the best application would actually be to continue with the lessons and begin looking up words in a dictionary.
14Calico, Cricket, Charm, Cuddle Mushroom, Opera, Llama, Parade Station, Tantrum, Turtle, VisionWicked, Whale, Yodel, ZanyLearnZillion Notes:--”Quick Quiz” is an easy way to check for student understanding at the end of a lesson. On this slide, you’ll develop an quick way to assess student understanding of the new material. That’s it! You won’t be recording a video of this slide and when teachers download the slides, they’ll direct their students through the example on their own so you don’t need to show an answer to the question.