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Letter I Book

Your preschoolers will have fun learning the ABC’s as they find the letter of the week and read this printable Letter I Book!

 

Letter I Book

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Letter I Book:

From learning the ABC’s to concepts of print, your preschoolers can use these printable books to review and learn important pre-reading skills.

 

If your pre-readers already know all of the letter names, they can work on identifying the sight words, grammar concepts (such as capital letters and punctuation) and much more throughout the book.

 

Alphabet Book for Every Letter

 

What Is A Printable Book?

A printable book is simply a little book that you can print for your kids. You can follow the directions below to download, print, and assemble the book for your kids.

 

You can make as many copies as you need so it is great activity for classroom teachers, homeschool co-ops, and childcare providers.

 

Getting Ready To Use The Letter I Book:

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What’s Included:

  • Letter I Printable Book

 

This free printable alphabet book includes a total of 6 pages (3 pages to print) including the cover.

 

What Else Is Needed:

  • Paper Cutter or Scissors
  • Stapler
  • Crayons
  • Highlighter 

 

 

To prepare this free printable, click on the button below and fill out the form below to get reproducible book in your inbox.

 

Next, cut the pages apart and stack them together in order. Finally, staple the pages of the book together.

 

How To Use The Letter I Book:

There are many different ways to use this alphabet book with your preschoolers.

 

Highlight the Letter I– As you are reading the book to your kids, have them highlight all of the letter i’s that they can find on a page or throughout the whole book. Highlighters are always so much fun for kids to use!

 

Alphabet Book

 

Review Concepts of Print– When you are reading, have your kids follow along by turning the pages in the book. You can also have them practice reading from left to right and point to each word.

 

Circle the Sight Words– To differentiate this alphabet activity, you can have your kids find and circle a sight word such as there, is, or an throughout the book.

 

Alphabet Book for Each Letter

 

If you are a classroom teacher, you can read this printable book together with your class. You can then have your students work on reading it independently and send it home for even more additional practice.

 

This Letter I Book is a fun way for kids to practice letter recognition, review concepts of print, and identify sight words.  It’s a simple activity to use with your whole class, small groups, or individual students. 

 

 

Pin It For Later:

Do you want to save this letter recognition activity for later? Pin this to your alphabet board on Pinterest and it’ll be here for when you’re ready!

 

Letter I Book

 

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Get the entire set of Letter Books from A to Z now! Visit the ABC’s of Literacy store to learn more about this bundle! 

 

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