Learn How To Print Letter C For Kids
Language Arts Kids
Learn how to print letter C and learn to print the alphabet for kids with Elliot and myABCdad Learning for Kids.
Each time I introduce a new letter to Elliot, I start by introducing the sound. I follow the sound up with an action reminder to support his recall, should Elliot forget. We then have a go at printing the shape of the letter. Finally, we select pictures and words that include it.
In our letter work together, one area that has emerged is the idea of learning to read a letter, or recognizing that a particular shape refers to a particular letter. Since working with Elliot, it has become more clear that printing practise helps make connections.
With a few years of nightly story time under his belt and an occasional dip into the text beyond the pictures, Elliot is now more familiar with the font or shape of letters. As he practises printing, he becomes better able to transfer this knowledge. He now regularly identifies letters in books and language around him.
Letter Shapes Have Letter Names
Having now worked on several letters with Elliot, I also better appreciate the value printing practise has improving legibility. I am even more aware now that printing practice of letter shapes gives his mind a chance to connect a shape to a name. With practise, his growing knowledge of each letter is promoting greater curiosity. He will point to words in books or in his environment and say, ‘Hey, there is a letter C in that word!’ These connections help make getting stuck into sounds and reading words easier and more relevant.
I look forward to printing all letters in the alphabet with Elliot because I know that it continues to help line his jacket of letter knowledge – a pretty cool process to be apart of.
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