Laminator (good if using these at literacy centers)
Each of these alphabet worksheet packs includes six activities.
First, students will fill in the missing letters to complete the entire alphabet.
Then, they can use crayons to complete the color by alphabet worksheet. The cookie worksheet set features a cookie-themed color by alphabet page.
The cupcake worksheet set has a cupcake-themed activity instead.
They can also cut out matching lowercase letters to glue next to the correct uppercase letters.
Plus, a tracing page for the entire alphabet is included.
The alphabet maze lets students find their way to the finish by following the uppercase and lowercase letter A.
Finally, they can use the letters they’ve practiced to write their name in several colors.
If you’re using a cupcake or cookie theme at any point this school year, these would be a perfect match!
If you plan to use these alphabet worksheets at literacy centers, be sure to laminate them first. Then students can reuse them with dry erase markers or crayons.
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Here’s why I like ArgoPrep: Their books come with free video explanations of each exercise. If you visit the website, you can choose your math or ELA book and then watch the instructors explain each exercise.
No more grading!
Science – While my third grader loves STEM, my sixth grader is a STEM super fan. All he’s ever wanted to do is build and design things.
I attended a STEM educator conference over the summer and one of the presenters recommended Instructables for Teachers. It’s incredible and free, especially if you are not STEM-inclined (like me).
It’s separated by grade level and the full instructions and supplies for each project are clearly listed. You can easily scan to see which projects you can complete with your kids before getting started.
Pat yourself on the back. You’re ready to go. Really.
Is All-In-One Homeschool Curriculum Good for First Time Homeschoolers?
You might be wondering why I didn’t mention any all-in-one boxed curriculum choices in the steps above.
Well, here’s why.
I have used several through the years. (BookShark was our absolute favorite.)
In fact, I was homeschooled myself from sixth grade onward with a boxed curriculum.
Here’s the thing about all-in-one-programs (at least in my experience):
They tend to fit well in some subjects and not at all in others. All of my kids were at different grade levels in each subject. They tended to need a grade-level math but an advanced ELA program or vice versa.
So I always ended up with materials I paid for, but couldn’t use. Boo.
Also – I found the big box a little overwhelming, especially when I was just starting out.
But you might be different. So, after you’ve gotten into a good routine, feel free to take a look at a few (especially BookShark).
Easy Homeschool Options for First Time Homeschoolers
Whew! I’ve said a lot here, but I can’t let you go without sharing a few good resources that will help you get started if you’re first time homeschooling. These are all excellent and, even better, free.