Letter Z Activities, Letter Z Project, Letter of the Week Lessons for Letter Z

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These Letter Z activities are just what you need for your emergent readers. Z is a bit of a challenge for some kinders, and having Letter Z activities helps. It is important for all emergent readers to learn how to form upper and lowercase Z as well as knowing it’s sound.

In these Letter Z activities, your students will work on letter formation following the anchor charts provided, letter recognition, and the letter sounds. The finished project can be used for review.

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These Letter Z activities are just what you need for your emergent readers. Z is a bit of a challenge for some kinders, and having Letter Z activities helps. It is important for all emergent readers to learn how to form upper and lowercase Z as well as knowing it’s sound.

In these Letter Z activities, your students will work on letter formation following the anchor charts provided, letter recognition, and the letter sounds. The finished project can be used for review.

HOW TEACHERS CAN USE THESE LETTER Z ACTIVITIES FOR INSTRUCTION:
I recommend making this project in small groups. Students will complete the work prior to gluing the pages into their book. If you don’t have paper lunch bags, you can use them in interactive notebooks or in books made of construction paper. Each activity can be used in a lesson, so the book is made over several days. Teachers can assign the book for homework, have students use it as an intervention activity to be done with an instructional assistant, or have them make it with parent volunteers.

HOW THE LETTER Z ACTIVITIES ARE ORGANIZED:
The project includes the following pages. Students will complete them and then cut them out to glue into their paper bag book or interactive notebook. Pages are 5 1/2 inches square.

  • Book Cover
  • Writing Uppercase Z following the anchor chart provided.
  • Writing Lowercase Z following the anchor chart provided
  • Sorting Upper and Lowercase Z Fonts
  • Sorting pictures that start with letter Z.
  • Listening activity comparing letter Z with other letters (S in particular)
  • Drawing pictures of words that start with letter Z

The final book is 8 pages in length and will take a week to complete. It requires 2 paper lunch bags for each student to create. Great to send home for review too.

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WHAT TEACHERS HAVE SAID ABOUT MY PAPER BAG BOOKS:
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Robin G. says, “Great for interventions for my struggling readers. ”

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Wendy Harris (TpT Seller) says, “I love hands on learning and my students were very engaged with this activity. Great resource. Thank you.”

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ kristi washburn (TpT Seller) says, “These are great to help support struggling students.”

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Olivia Jacquez Martinez (TpT Seller) says, “My students enjoyed this activity a lot, and it helped with i/e confusion. My students were having problems with these two vowels.”

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Sweet Integrations – Sandy Cangelosi (TpT Seller) says, “I love how you have provided detailed directions for this activity. I can’t wait to see how these turn out. Thank you so much for sharing your creative ideas.”

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Eliviva A. says, “My students used this in centers or homework. They enjoyed it.”

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