Monday, October 10, 2011

Oh My: Your Letters Are Upside Down


We are not quite there yet. We have been doing some letter sorting work and many of my students are gluing them upside down and backwards. Sound familiar? Many of the children in my class need a lot more practice with this activity. If you are feeling my pain grab a few sorts right here.What do you do to help them with this skill? We have a big hill to climb! Stay calm.

13 comments:

Heidi Butkus said...

Hi, Fran!
I'm so glad I finally remembered to look for your blog!!! Actually, I also finally made it to the bottom of my "to do" stack of things and started cruising the internet and stumbled upon your blog quite easily. Now I am signed up for email updates, so I will be following you all the time. Hooray!
It was great to meet you in Las Vegas last summer. Keep up the great work, and congrats on your win with the Really Great Stuff blog contest! You deserve it!
:)
Heidi Butkus
http://heidisongs.blogspot.com
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Fran Kramer said...

Wow Heidi,
Thanks for coming on here. It was so much fun to see you in Vegas and I bet we meet up again at the CKA conference in January. I can't wait to go!
Fran

Cindy said...

Fran,
you post is so timely, I have quite a few little kittens and pups who are turning the letters upside down. This will be a GREAT help. THANKS!

Kinderpond said...

What a great share!


Jennifer

Jackie said...

Question...will you be sharing the rest of the alphabet in your TPT account?

Megan said...

I agree- oh so timely! I am going to use this in my centers for next week. Thank you so much for all that you share Fran. I love your work!!

BJ Thorn said...

Thank you so much. I have specific chidren that will benefit from this activity.
BJ

Miki said...

Thank you so much!!! You have the best ideas!!!

Crayons and Curls said...

Love this! So perfect for my little ones! Thank you for sharing! :)
Cheryl

Heidi Butkus said...

Oh, good! You are going to CKA! See you then!
Heidi

Desiree Wong said...

thank you! my kiddos will definitely benefit! :)

Mrs. Gorbe said...

Fran, I used this today, since we have been doing apples for a while. LOVED it. Only maybe 4 kids glued the lowercase a upside down!!

teacherof1st said...

Thank you so much for sharing! I have two mainstreamed children in my first grade classroom that these sorts will be perfect for!