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Preschool Scope and Sequence

Preschool Scope and Sequence
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The Time4Learning preschool scope and sequence provides parents with detailed information on all the topics, concepts, and preschool themes that their students will be learning this year in math, language arts, science, and social studies.

If you’re doing research on how to teach preschoolers, our preschool scope and sequence will be a helpful resource. They include information on every preschool lesson laid out chapter by chapter in chronological order. The preschool scope and sequence also includes lesson descriptions and the number of activities per lesson.

This page provides an overview of what you can expect your child to learn with our award-winning, online preschool lessons.

Scope & Sequence for Level 1 Preschool

“Big Enough” This story teaches the student the names of all of the supplies needed for beginning to learn.
Students develop an understanding of letter order as they practice spelling their name by dragging the letters of their name onto their school supplies box.
This activity reinforces spatial reasoning skills as the student clicks and drags each school supply to its specially-shaped opening.
This activity allows the student to further explore the theme by coloring, drawing, and saving pictures related to school.
In this classic matching game, students use their memories and audio and visual clues to match identical cards depicting school supplies.
In this activity, students identify various school supplies, thus reinforcing the vocabulary from this theme. Vocabulary: eraser, tablet, scissors, crayons,tape, books, ruler, pencils, glue, paper.
Students practice phonological awareness skills by listening for the correct number of words in a sentence.
“ABCs”. This introductory activity introduces each capital letter of the alphabet. An interactive activity follows which allows the student to click on a letter in the alphabet, to hear a word that starts with that letter. Each word has a corresponding picture.
This video lesson introduces the concept of capital and lowercase letters.
This game reinforces letter recognition through visual and audio reinforcement. The student is asked to turn over the cards to find the four matching pairs of letters from S-Z. As each card is turned, students hear and see the name of the letter.
This game uses the capital letters I-R. Students will match them to a corresponding word on the other side. Vocabulary: iquana, jar, kiss, lollipop, moon, nose, octopus, pig, queen, ring.
This activity reinforces letter recognition, as the student must click on the correct letters A through H.
This activity allows the student to further explore the theme by coloring, drawing, and saving pictures related to the alphabet.
Students practice phonological awareness skills by listening for the correct number of words in a sentence.
This activity reinforces letter recognition as the student sorts letters by capital and lowercase.
The song, “My Little face,”, identifies the parts of the human face by name and by function. An interactive activity allows the student to build his/her own faces.
In this game, the student matches the pictures of various parts of the face to the corresponding vocabulary word. When each card is turned, students hear the name of that part of the face, reinforcing vocabulary from this theme: eye, ear, mouth, nose, cheek.
This activity allows students to further explore the theme by coloring, drawing, and saving pictures related to their five senses.
Students practice recognizing numbers in this activity, as they pop bubbles containing the number five.
This activity makes connections between the five senses and the parts of the face. Students find a part of the face named by the audio and then associate it with its function: ear/ listening, eyes/ seeing, mouth /talking, nose/ smelling.
Students practice phonological awareness skills by listening for the correct number of words in a sentence.
“Frankie, Hugh, and Colors, Too” This story introduces basic color names with their corresponding colors. It introduces a word and its corresponding visual color, for various objects in the story.
This song, “The Color Mix March”, demonstrates the primary, secondary, and tertiary colors, using marching color spots making up the color wheel. An interactive activity follows, allowing the student to mix colors to see what color results.
In this activity, strudents identify colors, thus reinforcing the vocabulary from this theme. Vocabulary: blue, green, grey, brown, pink, yellow, orange, white, black, purple, red, blue.
This activity allows students to further explore the theme by coloring, drawing, and saving pictures related to colors.
In this fun sorting game, students practice sorting objects by different properties. Students sort colored objects into categories: red, blue, and yellow.
Students practice phonological awareness skills by listening to a sentence and putting the words of the sentence in order.
This idea book offers extension activities that go along with the color theme. An adult must be available to implement these ideas with the student.
This story, “The Shapes Party”, introduces basic shapes: circle, square, rectangle, and triangle with an emphasis on the number of sides and corners each shape has. This story will help to build student’s understanding and recognition of basic shapes.
This activity allows the student to match a common object to its shape, thus reinforcing the vocabulary from this theme. Vocabulary: circle, rectangle, square, and triangle.
Students begin exploring patterns in this pattern completion activity that includes the following shapes: circle, diamond, oval, rectangle, square, and triangle.
Syllable Drum reinforces vocabulary and introduces syllables. Students beat the drum to the syllables of their vocabulary words: circle, square, rectangle, triangle, shape, sides, corners.
This activity reinforces shape recognition and spatial reasoning as students drag jewel shapes into their proper spots. It includes the following shapes: circle, oval, rectangle, square, and triangle.
Students practice phonological awareness skills by listening to a sentence and putting the words of the sentence in order.
This activity allows students to further explore the theme by coloring, drawing, and saving pictures related to shapes.
This activity introduces the numbers, in order, as various fish are added to the screen, from 1-10. An interactive activity allows the student to select a particular fish labeled with a numeral graphic, to hear its number and see that quantity of fish swim onto the scene.
This activity allows a student to match a numeral (1-5) to the corresponding quantity of cars.
Students develop an understanding of number order by practicing ordering the numbers one through ten.
This activity allows students to further explore the theme by coloring, drawing, and saving pictures related to numbers.
This activity reinforces numeric recognition as the student finds the correct numbers, from 1-5.
In this game, students turn over the cards to find four matching pairs of numbers from 1-5. When the cards are turned, students hear and see the number, reinforcing number recognition.
Students practice recognizing numbers in this activity as they pop bubbles containing the number three.
“I Don’t Have to Hide” This story will introduce the concept of different kinds of weather. It will also introduce dressing appropriately to the weather outside.
Syllable Drum reinforces vocabulary and introduces syllables. Students deepen their understanding of new words as they beat the drum to the syllables of words related to weather. Vocabulary: raindrop, snowflake, sunshine, sunglasses, weather, snow, rain, rainbow, cloudy, thunder, sunny, sun.
Students begin exploring patterns in this pattern completion activity. The following weather-related objects are included: cloud, lightning bolt, raindrop, rainbow, snowflake, sun.
This activity allows students to further explore the theme by coloring, drawing, and saving pictures related to weather.
In this activity, students identify types of weather gear that are named by the audio. This helps to reinforce the vocabulary from this theme. Vocabulary: umbrella, swimsuit, jacket, mittens, sunscreen, earmuffs, goggles, beanie, scarf, sunglasses.
Students practice phonological awareness skills by listening to a sentence and putting the words of the sentence in order.
In this activity, the student matches the weather in a picture to the appropriate weather gear: rainy/umbrella,sunny/sunglasses,snowy/ gloves
This classic song, “Old MacDonald”, introduces students to some of the animals found on a farm, as well as the sounds they make.
This activity challenges students to match a numeral to the photograph that shows a matching number of farm animals.
Syllable Drum reinforces vocabulary and introduces syllables. Students deepen their understanding of new words as they beat the drum to the syllables of words related to life on the farm. Vocabulary: farmhouse, pigpen, scarecrow, cornfield, haystack, chicken, cow, farmer, sunrise, sunset.
This activity allows students to further explore the theme by coloring, drawing, and saving pictures related to a farm.
In this game, students will identify farm animals by choosing the picture that matches the name they hear. This game allows students to practice their knowledge of animal names including: horse, dog, mouse, sheep, cat, pig, duck, goat, cow, chicken.
Students match farm animals to the sounds they make in this fun computer game. Students identify sounds from pigs, cows, ducks, roosters, horses, sheep, mice, dogs, and cats.
In this game, students turn over the cards to find matching pairs of animals they might find in the zoo. This game reinforces new vocabulary: deer, fox, hippo, ibis, jaguar, nightengale, parrot, quail, tiger,urchin, vulture, wolf, yak.
Syllable Drum reinforces vocabulary and introduces syllables. Students deepen their understanding of new words as they beat the drum to the syllables of words related to the zoo. Vocabulary: anteater, camel, giraffe, kangaroo, octopus, snake, zebra, zookeeper, animals.
This activity allows students to further explore the theme by coloring, drawing, and saving pictures related to animals at the zoo.
In this game, students will identify zoo animals by choosing the picture that matches the name they hear. This game allows students to practice their knowledge of animal names including: deer, fox, hippo, ibis, jaguar, nightingale, parrot, quail, tiger, urchin, vulture, wolf, yak.
Students practice phonological awareness skills by listening to a sentence and putting the words of the sentence in order.
Students practice number skills one through five by counting and identifying the cards with the correct number of zoo animals.
In this Playtime activity students get to explore rhymes with The Rhyme Machine. Students send words in and the machine sends out a rhyming word… if there is one!a rectangle).
This activity invites students to match the rhyming pictures. Students will match: ice-dice, wheel-meal, snail-whale, cake-steak, block-clock, balloon-raccoon, moose-juice, phone-bone, frog-log.
Students practice rhyming skills by choosing the answer that finishes the rhyme. Rhymes used include: pig/wig, snake/cake, rat/hat, frog/log, mice/ice, bee/knee, star/car, eight/plate.
This activity allows students to further explore the theme by coloring, drawing, and saving pictures related to rhymes.
In this game, students use their memories and audio clues to match the rhyming words. Vocabulary words include: juice, goose, mice, ice, shoe, zoo, pail, whale, bee, key, feet, street, coat, boat, pear, chair.
In this rhyming activity, students use their listening skills to choose a word that rhymes with the vocabulary word provided. Students build vocabulary knowledge and phonological awareness as they play.
“Feelings Are Funny” This story introduces names for feelings that a child experiences upon a visit to the zoo. It emphasizes that feelings change and that all feelings are valid.
In this rhyming activity, students use their listening skills to choose a word that rhymes with the vocabulary word provided. Students build vocabulary knowledge and phonological awareness as they play.
In this fun sorting game, students practice sorting pictures by different properties. Students sort by feelings identifying happy and sad.
This activity allows students to further explore the theme by coloring, drawing, and saving pictures related to feelings.
In this game, students will practice counting and recognizing faces as they choose the correct number of faces from the emojis presented.
Students practice phonological awareness skills by listening to a sentence and putting the words of the sentence in order.
This story, “Workers and Their Tools”, introduces common tools by their name and picture and also makes connections between different types of workers and the tools they use.
Students begin exploring patterns in this pattern-completion activity, which includes the following tools: hammer, drill, saw, wrench, pliers, screwdriver.
This activity allows students to further explore the theme by coloring, drawing, and saving pictures related to tools.
In this activity, students will choose the best tool to perform a function they hear, strengthening their word recognition and building their vocabulary. Tools used in this game: chisel, paintbrush, screwdriver, wrench, pliers, drill, saw, level, tape measure, hammer, rake, watering can, hoe.
Syllable Drum reinforces vocabulary and introduces syllables. Students deepen their understanding of new words as they beat the drum to the syllables of words related to tools. Vocabulary: workshop, hammer, workbench, screwdriver, tools, paintbrush, rake, nail, worker.
Students practice phonological awareness skills by listening to a sentence and putting the words of the sentence in order.
This classic song, “Wheels on the Bus”, introduces students to the different parts of a vehicle and their functions.
This story, “Going Places”, introduces students to different types of vehicles: bus, car, train, plane, ship and different ways to travel: air, land, sea while giving examples of the people and the goods that travel in different vehicles.
This activity allows students to match a vehicle to the place where it travels. Vehicle vocabulary: plane, boat, bus, train, bike.
This activity allows students to further explore the theme by coloring, drawing, and saving pictures related to transportation.
In this activity, students will choose the correct number of images of vehicles, strengthening their conceptualization of the category and their counting skills. Types of vehicles students will identify are boats, cars, buses, planes, ships, trucks, motorcycles, trains, sailboats, cars.
Syllable Drum reinforces vocabulary and introduces syllables. Students deepen their understanding of new words as they beat the drum to the syllables of words related to going places. Vocabulary: school bus, train tracks, bicycle, skateboard, airplane, airport, drive, ride, street, bike path.
In this rhyming activity, students use their listening skills to choose a word that rhymes with the vocabulary word provided. Students build vocabulary knowledge and phonological awareness as they play.
This story, “Play Sports”, introduces common sports–tennis, soccer, baseball, football, swimming, hockey–and the equipment and actions necessary to play them.
This story, “A Good Sport”, introduces the concept of good sportsmanship as an integral part of sports. It introduces concepts of fairness, respect, winning, losing, negative behaviors like taunting and teasing, and positive behaviors like congratulating or consoling opponents by saying “Good activity!”
In this activity, students match four pairs of vocabulary cards with the corresponding pictures. Practice with these words helps to reinforce the vocabulary in this theme. Vocabulary: baseball, hockey puck, basketball, football, tennis ball, bowling ball, golf ball, bat, glove, goggles, soccer goal, basketball net, golf club, tennis racket, ice skates.
In this activity, students match sports equipment that is used together: basketball/net, soccer ball/goal, football/helmet, baseball/mitt, hockey stick/puck, club/golf ball, bowling ball/pin.
Students develop an understanding of number order by ordering billiard balls labeled with the numbers one through five.
In this rhyming activity, students use their listening skills to choose a word that rhymes with the vocabulary word provided. Students build vocabulary knowledge and phonological awareness as they play.
This activity develops spatial reasoning as students drag pieces of skateboarding equipment into their proper spots. It includes the following equipment: helmet, knee pads, elbow pads.
This activity allows students to further explore the theme by coloring, drawing, and saving pictures related to sports.
This story, “Hungry as a Bear”, introduces students to names for the meals of the day: breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snack. It also introduces the concepts of plentiful healthy foods and sweets to be eaten in moderation.
Students begin exploring patterns in this pattern-completion activity which includes the following foods: banana, apple, bread, cookie, carrot, pretzel, egg, cheese.
In this game, students use their memories and audio clues to match identical cards. Students hear vocabulary words when they see the pictures, reinforcing vocabulary: toast, eggs, fruit, sandwich, cake, carrot, pretzels, steak, salad.
In this activity, students will identify a picture of the type of food named, showing their understanding of new vocabulary and strengthening their conception of the category “food”. Foods they will identify include bread, cookies, apple, eggs, bananas, carrots, chicken, cheese, crackers, pretzels, yogurt, popcorn.
This activity allows students to further explore the theme by coloring, drawing, and saving pictures related to food.
In this rhyming activity, students use their listening skills to choose a word that rhymes with the vocabulary word provided. Students build vocabulary knowledge and phonological awareness as they play.
This song, “The Fruit Stand”, introduces students to the names of a variety of fruits. The accompanying activity gives students the opportunity to further explore the fruits in the fruit stand.
In this activity, students use their memories and audio clues to match identical fruit cards. Students hear vocabulary words when they see the pictures, reinforcing vocabulary: apple, bananas, cherries, grapes, kiwi, orange, peach, pineapple, strawberry, watermelon.
In this rhyming activity, students use their listening skills to choose a word that rhymes with the vocabulary word provided. Students build vocabulary knowledge and phonological awareness as they play.
This activity allows students to further explore the theme by coloring, drawing, and saving pictures related to fruit.
Students begin exploring patterns in this pattern-completion activity which includes the following fruits: pineapple, kiwi, peach, grapes, banana, apple.
Syllable Drum reinforces vocabulary and introduces syllables. Students deepen their understanding of new words as they beat the drum to the syllables of fruit names. Vocabulary: pineapple, kiwi, banana, apple, cherries, strawberry, lemon, lime, peach, grapes, nectarine, mango, raspberry.
This activity reinforces spatial reasoning as students drag fruits into their proper spots. It includes the following fruits: strawberry, banana, lemon, apple, cherries.
This story, “What Does A Seed Need?”, introduces students to the things plants need to grow and thrive. It also introduces the basic plant parts.
This song, “The Life Cycle Lullaby”, introduces students to the different parts of a plant and their functions in the life cycle.
This activity allows students to further explore the theme by coloring, drawing, and saving pictures related to plants.
Students begin exploring patterns in this pattern-completion activity that features plants.
In this activity, students use their memories and audio clues to match identical cards. Students hear vocabulary words when they see the pictures, reinforcing new vocabulary words: seeds, roots, stem, flower, leaf, seeds, roots, stem, soil, water, sun.
Syllable Drum reinforces vocabulary and introduces syllables. Students deepen their understanding of new words as they beat the drum to the syllables of words related to plants. Vocabulary: sunflower, vineyard, milkweed, blueberry, greenhouse, strawberry, roots, sunshine, sunlight, dirt, seeds.

Scope & Sequence for Level 2 Preschool

This story, “One of a Kind”, introduces students to the concept of self. By providing examples of similarities and differences between family members and friends, the story introduces concepts of self-awareness and self-acceptance.
This Showtime activity presents a poem all about the different characteristics that help describe us as individuals.
Students develop an understanding of letter order as they practice spelling their name by dragging the letters into the correct order.
This activity allows the student to further explore the theme by coloring, drawing, and saving pictures related to themselves.
Students practice number skills by counting and identifying the pictures that contain six to ten friends.
In this rhyming activity, students use their listening skills to choose a word that rhymes with the vocabulary word provided. Students build vocabulary knowledge and phonological awareness as they play.
This idea book offers extension activities that go along with the theme. An adult must be available to implement these ideas with the student.
This Playtime activity introduces ideas around going to the library and different parts of a book. Students will get to read three different stories after they learn a little about the library.
Students develop an understanding of letter order as they practice spelling their name by dragging the letters into the correct order on a library card.
Students begin exploring patterns in this pattern-completion activity that features items from the library.
This activity reinforces spatial reasoning as students drag main characters onto the correct book.
Students match the initial sound from a vocabulary word to a picture of an object whose name begins with the same initial sound. Students build familiarity with new vocabulary and phonological awareness while having fun.
This rap song, “It’s My Neighborhood”, introduces students to the concept of neighborhoods and neighbors and how they might interact with them.
This story, “Neighborhood to Neighborhood”, introduces city and country neighborhoods and compares and contrasts them. The story introduces antonym pairs as it compares and contrasts the two neighborhoods: narrow/wide, more/fewer, lots/few, inside/outside, large/small.
This activity allows students to further explore the theme by coloring, drawing, and saving pictures related to their neighborhood.
Students develop an understanding of number order by ordering the numbers six through ten on houses in a neighborhood.
In this activity, students use their memories and audio clues to match pictures of things you’d find in your neighborhood. Students hear vocabulary words when they see the pictures, reinforcing new vocabulary: grocery store, gas station, house, park, school, bank, library, post office.
Students match the initial sound from a vocabulary word to a picture of an object whose name begins with the same initial sound. Students build familiarity with new vocabulary and phonological awareness while having fun.
This story, “Don’t Be Bugged by Insects”, introduces insects as creatures with six legs, three body parts and antennae. It goes on to place insects in the ecosystem as scavengers that clean up rotting fruit and also as food for other animals.
Students begin exploring patterns in this pattern completion activity that includes the following insects: ant, ladybug, grasshopper, butterfly, beetle.
This activity allows students to further explore the theme by coloring, drawing, and saving pictures related to insects.
Students practice comparing relative size by ordering insects from largest to smallest.
Students practice recognizing numbers in this activity as they pop bubbles containing the number six.
This idea book offers extension activities that go along with the Insect theme. An adult must be available to implement these ideas with the student.
Students test their conceptual knowledge and answer questions to match seasons and activities in this fun computer activity.
In this rhyming activity, students use their listening skills to choose a word that rhymes with the vocabulary word provided. Students build vocabulary knowledge and phonological awareness as they play.
Students practice recognizing numbers in this activity as they pop bubbles containing the number four.
This alphabet activity starts with a classic version of “The ABC Song,” and ends with students meeting new friends whose names start or end with each letter of the alphabet.
This memory activity allows students to match pairs of letters from J to R in the alphabet. When each card is turned, students hear the sound the letter makes, reinforcing letter-sound recognition.
This activity asks students to match two objects that have the same beginning sound. Choices include hippo – hat, cake – clock, in – instrument, apple – apricot, egg – elephant, gift – grapes, feet – frog, dog – doll, block – boat.
This activity allows students to further explore the theme by coloring, drawing, and saving pictures related to the alphabet.
In this activity, students will choose a letter to match the sound they hear. This practice will strengthen their phonemic awareness as well as their understanding that two symbols, lowercase and uppercase, stand for one letter.
This activity reinforces spatial reasoning as students drag letters into their proper spots. It includes the following letters: capital A, lowercase a, capital B, lowercase b, capital C, lowercase c.
This activity reinforces letter recognition as the student sorts letters into capital and lowercase.
This classic song, “Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes”, is a fun way to introduce different parts of the body.
This story, “A Visit to the Doctor”, introduces the child to what happens during a checkup at the doctor. Vocabulary introduced in the story includes medical tools and body parts.
In this memory activity, students match pairs of identical cards using visual and audio clues. As they play, students practice and reinforce new vocabulary related to parts of the body: eye, ear, hand, foot, elbow, knee, arm, leg, neck, head, shoulders, toes.
This activity allows the student to further explore the theme by coloring, drawing, and saving pictures related to parts of the body.
In this activity, students match items of clothing to the part of the body on which it is worn. Vocabulary: hands, feet, head, eyes, neck, waist, wrist, finger.
Students practice counting skills as they practice answering questions and choosing pictures that represent six to ten fingers.
This story, “Healthy Habits Checklist”, introduces students to some basic healthy habits including proper fluid intake, enough rest, a nutritious diet, and cleanliness in clothing, hands, and teeth.
This story, “Fitness Fun”, introduces students to the concept of fitness by giving examples of active play, healthy hydration, and healthy nutrition that go along with it.
This Showtime activity will get students up and moving with a fun exercise routine.
Syllable Drum reinforces vocabulary and introduces syllables. Students deepen their understanding of new words as they beat the drum to the syllables of words related to healthy habits. Vocabulary: toothbrush, toothpaste, floss, soap, washcloth, hairbrush, mouthwash, sleep, bathtub, bedtime, water, breakfast.
This activity allows students to further explore the theme by coloring, drawing, and saving pictures related to healthy habits.
This memory activity consists of two rounds. Students view eight cards with pictures of hygiene-related vocabulary. As each card is turned over, the student hears the word, reinforcing vocabulary and hygiene concepts from this theme: brushing teeth, washing hands, brushing hair, taking a bath, eating healthy, going to bed, getting exercise, drinking water.
Students begin exploring patterns in this pattern-completion activity related to exercise. The activity includes the following types of exercise: walking, jumping, running, sitting, standing.
Students match the initial sound from a vocabulary word to a picture of an object whose name begins with the same initial sound. Students build familiarity with new vocabulary and phonological awareness while having fun.
In this rhyming activity, students use their listening skills to choose a word that rhymes with the vocabulary word provided. Students build vocabulary knowledge and phonological awareness as they play.
This story, “Adding to the Fun”, introduces addition concepts. As students read each page, they are introduced to a mathematical equation that represents the quantities of the same item that two friends have. Quantities in the story start small and grow by one unit each page until the total is six.
Students develop an understanding of number order by ordering the numbers six through ten from least to greatest.
This activity allows students to further explore the theme by coloring, drawing, and saving pictures related to numbers.
Students practice numeracy skills and the concepts of more and less as they practice choosing pictures that represent six to ten apples.
Students practice counting and recognizing numbers in this activity as they pop eight bubbles containing the number eight.
Students match the initial sound from a vocabulary word to a picture of an object whose name begins with the same initial sound. Students build familiarity with new vocabulary and phonological awareness while having fun.
This story, “Out to Sea”, introduces students to the ocean and some of the creatures that live underwater. Students learn the creatures’ names and some specific attributes of each sea creature.
Students begin exploring patterns in this pattern-completion activity related to ocean animals. The activity includes the following ocean animals: shark, stingray, jellyfish, starfish, crab.
This activity allows students to further explore the theme by coloring, drawing, and saving pictures related to the ocean.
In this activity, students match the final sound from a vocabulary word to a picture of an object whose name ends with the same final sound. Students build phonological awareness and familiarity with new vocabulary while having fun.
In this activity, students will identify ocean animals. Students will strengthen their understanding of the category and increase their vocabulary as they work with the following words: fish, stingray, jellyfish, octopus, shark, starfish, crab, seahorse.
Syllable Drum reinforces vocabulary and introduces syllables. Students deepen their understanding of new words as they beat the drum to the syllables of words related to the sea. Vocabulary: stingray, starfish, jellyfish, crab, shark, ocean, seahorse, octopus, fish, lobster, bubbles, water.
This story, “Outside I Can”, introduces students to different types of outdoor play and encourages outdoor exploration. It compares and contrasts the types of play that take place indoors and outdoors.
This story, “Pup at the Playground”, uses the story of a child and a puppy on a playground to introduce common prepositions. As the story contrasts the child’s behavior with the puppy’s in this familiar setting, it introduces concepts like up/down, in/out, and over/under.
This activity allows students to further explore the theme by coloring, drawing, and saving pictures related to playing outside.
In this activity, students match the final sound from a vocabulary word to a picture of an object whose name ends with the same final sound. Students build phonological awareness and familiarity with new vocabulary while having fun.
In this rhyming activity, students use their listening skills to choose a word that rhymes with the vocabulary word provided. Students build vocabulary knowledge and phonological awareness as they play.
Students practice prepositions and their meanings as they identify the placement of the ball and the box in this fun computer quiz activity.
This activity allows students to further explore the theme by coloring, drawing, and saving pictures related to space.
Students practice counting and comparison skills as they choose the pictures with “more” and “less” in this fun quiz activity.
Syllable Drum reinforces vocabulary and introduces syllables. Students deepen their understanding of new words as they beat the drum to the syllables of words related to space. Vocabulary: spacesuit, spaceship, stargazer, moonbeam, spacecraft, liftoff, sunspot, astronaut, planet, constellation, countdown.
This idea book offers extension activities that go along with the space theme. An adult must be available to implement these ideas with the student.
This story, “Fins, Fur, or Feathers?”, introduces four types of animals: fish, mammals, birds, and reptiles. In addition, the story helps students consider the difference between animals that are wild and animals that are pets.
Students practice comparing relative size by ordering pets from smallest to largest.
This activity allows students to further explore the theme by coloring, drawing, and saving pictures related to pets.
In this activity, students will find the correct number of hamsters. Students strengthen number skills by identifying the correct number of pets.
In this fun sorting activity, students practice sorting objects by different properties. Here, students sort pets into those that have fur and those that don’t.
Students consider the characteristics and behaviors of pets as they answer questions in this fun quiz activity.
In this rhyming activity, students use their listening skills to choose a word that rhymes with the vocabulary word provided. Students build vocabulary knowledge and phonological awareness as they play.
This fun song, set to the tune of the classic “My Darling, Clementine”, will help students remember the days of the week in order.
This Playtime activity gives students a weekly planner that they can add “stickers” to to plan their activities for the week.
This story, “Wendy Wonders Weekly”, introduces students to the days of the week and matches each day to an alliterative example featuring the first letter of the day’s name.
This activity allows students to further explore the theme by coloring, drawing, and saving pictures related to the days of the week.
Students develop their understanding of the days of the week by placing them in the correct order from Sunday to Saturday.
Students match the initial sound from a vocabulary word to a picture of an object whose name begins with the same initial sound. Students build familiarity with new vocabulary and phonological awareness while having fun.
Students practice recognizing numbers in this activity, as they pop seven bubbles containing the number seven.
This Playtime activity introduces students to the different times of the day; morning, afternoon, evening, and night. Students can sing along with a song about each time of day.
Students use their memories and audio and visual clues to match the cards and reinforce vocabulary related to time: morning, afternoon, evening, night.
This activity allows students to further explore the theme by coloring, drawing, and saving pictures related to the time of day.
Students develop their understanding of time of day by ordering them morning, afternoon, evening, and night.
Syllable Drum reinforces vocabulary and introduces syllables. Students deepen their understanding of new words as they beat the drum to the syllables of words related to time of day. Vocabulary: morning, afternoon, evening, nighttime,breakfast, lunchtime, bedtime, naptime, day.
Students practice phonological awareness skills by listening to a sentence and putting the words of the sentence in order.
In this activity, students match the final sound from a vocabulary word to a picture of an object whose name ends with the same final sound. Students build phonological awareness and familiarity with new vocabulary while having fun.
This Playtime activity gives students the opportunity to control a band of musicians, allowing them to start and stop individual musicians in order to change the sound of the song.
This Showtime activity introduces the concept of making sound through vibration with a fun, classic song.
Students begin exploring patterns in this pattern-completion activity related to musical instruments. Vocabulary in this activity includes the following: guitar, triangle, drum, trumpet, cymbal.
Students practice comparing relative size by ordering musical instruments from smallest to largest.
Students use audio and visual clues to match the instrument sounds and build vocabulary: maracas, xylophone, tambourine, horn, triangle, guitar, drum.
This activity allows students to further explore the theme by coloring, drawing, and saving pictures related to making music.
In this activity, students match the final sound from a vocabulary word to a picture of an object whose name ends with the same final sound. Students build phonological awareness and familiarity with new vocabulary while having fun.
This idea book offers extension activities that go along with the making music theme. An adult must be available to implement these ideas with the student.
This song, “The Riddle Of The Dachshund”, has some fun with the concept of long and short.
“The Chocolate Cake” This story introduces the concepts of measuring and following multi-step directions.
Students practice comparing relative size by ordering the students from shortest to tallest.
This activity allows students to further explore the theme by coloring, drawing, and saving pictures related to measurement.
Students count stacked blocks and compare heights of toys in this fun measuring activity.
This idea book offers extension activities that go along with the measurement theme. An adult must be available to implement these ideas with the student.
Students match the initial sound from a vocabulary word to a picture of an object whose name begins with the same initial sound. Students build familiarity with new vocabulary and build phonological awareness while having fun.
“It’s Just Natural!” This story introduces the idea of nature journaling as well as the concepts of the food chain, the water cycle, habitats, and nature conservation.
In this activity, students match a number with a picture with the corresponding number of nature objects. Vocabulary: insects, birds, rocks, flowers, leaves, shells, tree.
This activity allows students to further explore the theme by coloring, drawing, and saving pictures related to nature.
Students identify natural and man-made sounds in this fun quiz activity. Sounds include:dog bark, rooster, car starting, car horn, train horn, birds chirping, frog croak, thunder crack, doorbell, video activity, wind blowing.
This idea book offers extension activities that go along with the Nature All Around theme. An adult must be available to implement these ideas with the student.
Students practice phonological awareness skills by listening to a sentence and putting the words of the sentence in order.

Preschool Alphabet Level Scope & Sequence

This fun video helps students learn to visually identify the letter A and become familiar with its sound. Students see uppercase and lowercase A, listen to the sound an A makes, and then hear and see words that begin with A. Students may watch the video again and again. Featured words include alligator, ax, and ask.
This interactive story features the letter A. Students follow along with the story and see and hear words that begin with A. Then, students can click on each word to hear it read again, reinforcing alphabetic knowledge and reading readiness. The story is short and fun, so students can quickly learn it and “read” along. Featured words include apples, alligators, and amazing.
This alphabet song features the letter A. Students see the letter A and hear the sound that it makes. In each verse of the song, students learn one word that begins with the sound an A makes. This song features the words add and act.
Paint It is an interactive coloring activity that lets students reinforce their knowledge of the letter A by painting pictures related to the letter. Students choose image and colors as they reinforce their understanding of the letter A.
This fun interactive activity focuses on letter recognition. Students watch letter bubbles float by on their screen and gain points by clicking on the bubbles with the letter A.
This fun video helps students learn to visually identify the letter B and become familiar with its sound. Students see uppercase and lowercase B, listen to the sound B makes, and then hear and see words that begin with B. Students may watch the video again and again. Featured words include ball, boy, bear, and bubbles.
This interactive story features the letter B. Students follow along with the story and see and hear words that begin with B. Then, students can click on each word to hear it read again, reinforcing alphabetic knowledge and reading readiness. The story is short and fun, so students can quickly learn it and “read” along. Featured words include bubbles, biking, and bubbly.
This alphabet song features the letter B. Students see the letter B and hear the sound that it makes. In each verse of the song, students learn a word that begins with the sound a B makes. This song features the words ball and boy.
Paint It is an interactive coloring activity that lets students reinforce their knowledge of the letter B by painting pictures related to the letter. Students choose image and colors as they reinforce their understanding of the letter B.
LetterDrop is a activity that reinforces letter recognition of uppercase and lowercase letters. Each leaf in LetterDrop has a letter. The goal of this activity is for students to catch five leaves with the letter B.
This fun video helps students learn to visually identify the letter C and also become familiar with its sound. Students see uppercase and lowercase C, listen to the sound C makes, and then hear and see words that begin with C. Students may watch the video again and again. Featured words include corn, calf, crayons, and carrot.
This interactive story features the letter C. Students follow along with the story and see and hear words that begin with C. Then, students can click on each word to hear it read again, reinforcing alphabetic knowledge and reading readiness. The story is short and fun, so students can quickly learn it and “read” along. Featured words include corn, candy canes, and cool.
This alphabet song features the letter C. Students see the letter C and hear the sound that it makes. In each verse of the song, students learn a word that begins with the sound a C makes. This song features the words cake and care.
Paint It is an interactive coloring activity that lets students reinforce their knowledge of the letter C by painting pictures related to the letter. Students choose image and colors as they reinforce their understanding of the letter C.
This fun interactive activity focuses on letter recognition. Students watch letter bubbles float by on their screen and gain points by clicking on the bubbles with the letter C.
This fun video helps students learn to visually identify the letter D and also become familiar with its sound. Students see uppercase and lowercase D, listen to the sound D makes, and then hear and see words that begin with D. Students may watch the video again and again. Featured words include dog, dirt, doughnut, and deer.
This interactive story features the letter D. Students follow along with the story and see and hear words that begin with D. Then, students can click on each word to hear it read again, reinforcing alphabetic knowledge and reading readiness. The story is short and fun, so students can quickly learn it and “read” along. Featured words include dogs, dolls, and delightful.
This alphabet song features the letter D. Students see the letter D and hear the sound that it makes. In each verse of the song, students learn a word that begins with the sound a D makes. This song features the words deer and dog.
Paint It is an interactive coloring activity that lets students reinforce their knowledge of the letter D by painting pictures related to the letter. Students choose image and colors as they reinforce their understanding of the letter D.
LetterDrop is a activity that reinforces letter recognition of uppercase and lowercase letters. Each leaf in LetterDrop has a letter. The goal of this activity is for students to catch five leaves with the letter D.
This fun video helps students learn to visually identify the letter F and also become familiar with its sound. Students see uppercase and lowercase F, listen to the sound F makes, and then hear and see words that begin with F. Students may watch the video again and again. Featured words include fish, flag, four, and foot.
This interactive story features the letter F. Students follow along with the story and see and hear words that begin with F. Then, students can click on each word to hear it read again, reinforcing alphabetic knowledge and reading readiness. The story is short and fun, so students can quickly learn it and “read” along. Featured words include feathered, friends, fishing, and fantastic.
This alphabet song features the letter F. Students see the letter F and hear the sound that it makes. In each verse of the song, students learn a word that begins with the sound an F makes. This song features the words fish and fair.
Paint It is an interactive coloring activity that lets students reinforce their knowledge of the letter F by painting pictures related to the letter. Students choose image and colors as they reinforce their understanding of the letter F.
LetterDrop is a activity that reinforces letter recognition of uppercase and lowercase letters. Each leaf in LetterDrop has a letter. The goal of this activity is for students to catch five leaves with the letter F.
This fun video helps students learn to visually identify the letter G and also become familiar with its sound. Students see uppercase and lowercase G, listen to the sound G makes, and then hear and see words that begin with G. Students may watch the video again and again. Featured words include grapes, golf, gum, and go.
This interactive story features the letter G. Students follow along with the story and see and hear words that begin with G. Then, students can click on each word to hear it read again, reinforcing alphabetic knowledge and reading readiness. The story is short and fun, so students can quickly learn it and “read” along. Featured words include grapes, golfing, and gleeful.
This alphabet song features the letter G. Students see the letter G and hear the sound that it makes. In each verse of the song, students learn a word that begins with the sound a G makes. This song features the words goat and girl.
Paint It is an interactive coloring activity that lets students reinforce their knowledge of the letter G by painting pictures related to the letter. Students choose image and colors as they reinforce their understanding of the letter G.
This fun interactive activity focuses on letter recognition. Students watch letter bubbles float by on their screen and gain points by clicking on the bubbles with the letter G.
This fun video helps students learn to visually identify the letter H and also become familiar with its sound. Students see uppercase and lowercase H, listen to the sound H makes, and then hear and see words that begin with H. Students may watch the video again and again. Featured words include hug, help, hat, and hand.
This interactive story features the letter H. Students follow along with the story and see and hear words that begin with H. Then, students can click on each word to hear it read again, reinforcing alphabetic knowledge and reading readiness. The story is short and fun, so students can quickly learn it and “read” along. Featured words include hamsters, hugs, and happy.
This alphabet song features the letter H. Students see the letter H and hear the sound that it makes. In each verse of the song, students learn a word that begins with the sound an H makes. This song features the words heart and hill.
Paint It is an interactive coloring activity that lets students reinforce their knowledge of the letter H by painting pictures related to the letter. Students choose image and colors as they reinforce their understanding of the letter H.
LetterDrop is a activity that reinforces letter recognition of uppercase and lowercase letters. Each leaf in LetterDrop has a letter. The goal of this activity is for students to catch five leaves with the letter H.
This fun video helps students learn to visually identify the letter I and also become familiar with its sound. Students see uppercase and lowercase I, listen to the sound I makes, and then hear and see words that begin with I. Students may watch the video again and again. Featured words include insect, igloo, iguana, and imagination.
This interactive story features the letter I. Students follow along with the story and see and hear words that begin with I. Then, students can click on each word to hear it read again, reinforcing alphabetic knowledge and reading readiness. The story is short and fun, so students can quickly learn it and “read” along. Featured words include iguanas, insects, interesting.
This alphabet song features the letter I. Students see the letter I and hear the sound that it makes. In each verse of the song, students learn a word that begins with the sound an I makes. This song features the words ill and in.
Paint It is an interactive coloring activity that lets students reinforce their knowledge of the letter I by painting pictures related to the letter. Students choose image and colors as they reinforce their understanding of the letter I.
This fun interactive activity focuses on letter recognition. Students watch letter bubbles float by on their screen and gain points by clicking on the bubbles with the letter I.
This fun video helps students learn to visually identify the letter J and also become familiar with its sound. Students see uppercase and lowercase J, listen to the sound J makes, and then hear and see words that begin with J. Students may watch the video again and again. Featured words include jewel, jaguar, jump, and jam.
This interactive story features the letter J. Students follow along with the story and see and hear words that begin with J. Then, students can click on each word to hear it read again, reinforcing alphabetic knowledge and reading readiness. The story is short and fun, so students can quickly learn it and “read” along. Featured words include juggling, jewelry, and joyful.
This alphabet song features the letter J. Students see the letter J and hear the sound that it makes. In each verse of the song, students learn a word that begins with the sound a J makes. This song features the words jump and jar.
Paint It is an interactive coloring activity that lets students reinforce their knowledge of the letter J by painting pictures related to the letter. Students choose image and colors as they reinforce their understanding of the letter J.
LetterDrop is a activity that reinforces letter recognition of uppercase and lowercase letters. Each leaf in LetterDrop has a letter. The goal of this activity is for students to catch five leaves with the letter J.
This fun video helps students learn to visually identify the letter K and also become familiar with its sound. Students see uppercase and lowercase K, listen to the sound K makes, and then hear and see words that begin with K. Students may watch the video again and again. Featured words include kiss, koala, kick, and key.
This interactive story features the letter K. Students follow along with the story and see and hear words that begin with K. Then, students can click on each word to hear it read again, reinforcing alphabetic knowledge and reading readiness. The story is short and fun, so students can quickly learn it and “read” along. Featured words include kayaking, koalas, kind.
This alphabet song features the letter K. Students see the letter K and hear the sound that it makes. In each verse of the song, students learn a word that begins with the sound a K makes. This song features the words kiss and kite.
Paint It is an interactive coloring activity that lets students reinforce their knowledge of the letter K by painting pictures related to the letter. Students choose image and colors as they reinforce their understanding of the letter K.
This fun interactive activity focuses on letter recognition. Students watch letter bubbles float by on their screen and gain points by clicking on the bubbles with the letter K.
This fun video helps students learn to visually identify the letter L and also become familiar with its sound. Students see uppercase and lowercase L, listen to the sound L makes, and then hear and see words that begin with L. Students may watch the video again and again. Featured words include lollipop, lick, leopard, and love.
This interactive story features the letter L. Students follow along with the story and see and hear words that begin with L. Then, students can click on each word to hear it read again, reinforcing alphabetic knowledge and reading readiness. The story is short and fun, so students can quickly learn it and “read” along. Featured words include leopards, lasagna, likeable.
This alphabet song features the letter L. Students see the letter L and hear the sound that it makes. In each verse of the song, students learn a word that begins with the sound an L makes. This song features the words love and leaf.
Paint It is an interactive coloring activity that lets students reinforce their knowledge of the letter L by painting pictures related to the letter. Students choose image and colors as they reinforce their understanding of the letter L.
LetterDrop is a activity that reinforces letter recognition of uppercase and lowercase letters. Each leaf in LetterDrop has a letter. The goal of this activity is for students to catch five leaves with the letter K.
This fun video helps students learn to visually identify the letter M and also become familiar with its sound. Students see uppercase and lowercase M, listen to the sound M makes, and then hear and see words that begin with M. Students may watch the video again and again. Featured words include music, mouse, marbles, and mouth.
This interactive story features the letter M. Students follow along with the story and see and hear words that begin with M. Then, students can click on each word to hear it read again, reinforcing alphabetic knowledge and reading readiness. The story is short and fun, so students can quickly learn it and “read” along. Featured words include munching, meatballs, making, music, marvellous.
This alphabet song features the letter M. Students see the letter M and hear the sound that it makes. In each verse of the song, students learn a word that begins with the sound an M makes. This song features the words map and mouse.
Paint It is an interactive coloring activity that lets students reinforce their knowledge of the letter M by painting pictures related to the letter. Students choose image and colors as they reinforce their understanding of the letter M.
This fun interactive activity focuses on letter recognition. Students watch letter bubbles float by on their screen and gain points by clicking on the bubbles with the letter M.
This fun video helps students learn to visually identify the letter M and also become familiar with its sound. Students see uppercase and lowercase N, listen to the sound N makes, and then hear and see words that begin with N. Students may watch the video again and again. Featured words include nail, neck, noose, and nest.
This interactive story features the letter N. Students follow along with the story and see and hear words that begin with N. Then, students can click on each word to hear it read again, reinforcing alphabetic knowledge and reading readiness. The story is short and fun, so students can quickly learn it and “read” along. Featured words include numbers, nachos, and nifty.
This alphabet song features the letter N. Students see the letter N and hear the sound that it makes. In each verse of the song, students learn a word that begins with the sound an N makes. This song features the words nose and neck.
Paint It is an interactive coloring activity that lets students reinforce their knowledge of the letter N by painting pictures related to the letter. Students choose image and colors as they reinforce their understanding of the letter N.
LetterDrop is a activity that reinforces letter recognition of uppercase and lowercase letters. Each leaf in LetterDrop has a letter. The goal of this activity is for students to catch five leaves with the letter N.
This fun video helps students learn to visually identify the letter O and also become familiar with its sound. Students see uppercase and lowercase O, listen to the sound O makes, and then hear and see words that begin with O. Students may watch the video again and again. Featured words include ox, octopus, off, and olive.
This interactive story features the letter O. Students follow along with the story and see and hear words that begin with O. Then, students can click on each word to hear it read again, reinforcing alphabetic knowledge and reading readiness. The story is short and fun, so students can quickly learn it and “read” along. Featured words include olives, octopuses, and outstanding.
This alphabet song features the letter O. Students see the letter O and hear the sound that it makes. In each verse of the song, students learn a word that begins with the sound an O makes. This song features the words off and on.
Paint It is an interactive coloring activity that lets students reinforce their knowledge of the letter O by painting pictures related to the letter. Students choose image and colors as they reinforce their understanding of the letter O.
This fun interactive activity focuses on letter recognition. Students watch letter bubbles float by on their screen and gain points by clicking on the bubbles with the letter O.
This fun video helps students learn to visually identify the letter P and also become familiar with its sound. Students see uppercase and lowercase P, listen to the sound P makes, and then hear and see words that begin with P. Students may watch the video again and again. Featured words include pumpkin, pig, pie, and parrot.
This interactive story features the letter P. Students follow along with the story and see and hear words that begin with P. Then, students can click on each word to hear it read again, reinforcing alphabetic knowledge and reading readiness. The story is short and fun, so students can quickly learn it and “read” along. Featured words include peacocks, pineapples, and playful.
This alphabet song features the letter P. Students see the letter P and hear the sound that it makes. In each verse of the song, students learn a word that begins with the sound a P makes. This song features the words pull and pop.
Paint It is an interactive coloring activity that lets students reinforce their knowledge of the letter P by painting pictures related to the letter. Students choose image and colors as they reinforce their understanding of the letter P.
LetterDrop is a activity that reinforces letter recognition of uppercase and lowercase letters. Each leaf in LetterDrop has a letter. The goal of this activity is for students to catch five leaves with the letter P.
This fun video helps students learn to visually identify the letter Q and also become familiar with its sound. Students see uppercase and lowercase Q, listen to the sound Q makes, and then hear and see words that begin with Q. Students may watch the video again and again. Featured words include quarter, queen, quick, and quilt.
This interactive story features the letter Q. Students follow along with the story and see and hear words that begin with Q. Then, students can click on each word to hear it read again, reinforcing alphabetic knowledge and reading readiness. The story is short and fun, so students can quickly learn it and “read” along. Featured words include quarters, queens, and quirky.
This alphabet song features the letter Q. Students see the letter Q and hear the sound that it makes. In each verse of the song, students learn a word that begins with the sound a Q makes. This song features the words queen and quick.
Paint It is an interactive coloring activity that lets students reinforce their knowledge of the letter Q by painting pictures related to the letter. Students choose image and colors as they reinforce their understanding of the letter Q.
This fun interactive activity focuses on letter recognition. Students watch letter bubbles float by on their screen and gain points by clicking on the bubbles with the letter Q.
This fun video helps students learn to visually identify the letter R and also become familiar with its sound. Students see uppercase and lowercase R, listen to the sound R makes, and then hear and see words that begin with R. Students may watch the video again and again. Featured words include raspberry, rat, raccoon, and rainbow.
This interactive story features the letter R. Students follow along with the story and see and hear words that begin with R. Then, students can click on each word to hear it read again, reinforcing alphabetic knowledge and reading readiness. The story is short and fun, so students can quickly learn it and “read” along. Featured words include rocketships, rainbows, and radiant.
This alphabet song features the letter R. Students see the letter R and hear the sound that it makes. In each verse of the song, students learn a word that begins with the sound an R makes. This song features the words ring and rose.
Paint It is an interactive coloring activity that lets students reinforce their knowledge of the letter R by painting pictures related to the letter. Students choose image and colors as they reinforce their understanding of the letter R.
LetterDrop is a activity that reinforces letter recognition of uppercase and lowercase letters. Each leaf in LetterDrop has a letter. The goal of this activity is for students to catch five leaves with the letter R.
This fun video helps students learn to visually identify the letter S and also become familiar with its sound. Students see uppercase and lowercase S, listen to the sound S makes, and then hear and see words that begin with S. Students may watch the video again and again. Featured words include sun, sailboat, spaghetti, sandbox.
This interactive story features the letter S. Students follow along with the story and see and hear words that begin with S. Then, students can click on each word to hear it read again, reinforcing alphabetic knowledge and reading readiness. The story is short and fun, so students can quickly learn it and “read” along. Featured words include sunflowers, spaghetti, and super.
This alphabet song features the letter S. Students see the letter S and hear the sound that it makes. In each verse of the song, students learn a word that begins with the sound an S makes. This song features the words sun and sock.
Paint It is an interactive coloring activity that lets students reinforce their knowledge of the letter S by painting pictures related to the letter. Students choose image and colors as they reinforce their understanding of the letter S.
This fun interactive activity focuses on letter recognition. Students watch letter bubbles float by on their screen and gain points by clicking on the bubbles with the letter S.
This fun video helps students learn to visually identify the letter T and also become familiar with its sound. Students see uppercase and lowercase T, listen to the sound T makes, and then hear and see words that begin with T. Students may watch the video again and again. Featured words include table, tractor, toes, and teacher.
This interactive story features the letter T. Students follow along with the story and see and hear words that begin with T. Then, students can click on each word to hear it read again, reinforcing alphabetic knowledge and reading readiness. The story is short and fun, so students can quickly learn it and “read” along. Featured words include tacos, tigers, and terrific.
This alphabet song features the letter T. Students see the letter T and hear the sound that it makes. In each verse of the song, students learn a word that begins with the sound a T makes. This song features the words tree and tail.
Paint It is an interactive coloring activity that lets students reinforce their knowledge of the letter T by painting pictures related to the letter. Students choose image and colors as they reinforce their understanding of the letter T.
LetterDrop is a activity that reinforces letter recognition of uppercase and lowercase letters. Each leaf in LetterDrop has a letter. The goal of this activity is for students to catch five leaves with the letter T.
This fun video helps students learn to visually identify the letter U and also become familiar with its sound. Students see uppercase and lowercase U, listen to the sound U makes, and then hear and see words that begin with U. Students may watch the video again and again. Featured words include up, under, upset, and umbrella.
This interactive story features the letter U. Students follow along with the story and see and hear words that begin with U. Then, students can click on each word to hear it read again, reinforcing alphabetic knowledge and reading readiness. The story is short and fun, so students can quickly learn it and “read” along. Featured words include umbrellas, underwater, and unusual.
This alphabet song features the letter U. Students see the letter U and hear the sound that it makes. In each verse of the song, students learn a word that begins with the sound a U makes. This song features the words up and us.
Paint It is an interactive coloring activity that lets students reinforce their knowledge of the letter U by painting pictures related to the letter. Students choose image and colors as they reinforce their understanding of the letter U.
This fun interactive activity focuses on letter recognition. Students watch letter bubbles float by on their screen and gain points by clicking on the bubbles with the letter U.
This fun video helps students learn to visually identify the letter V and also become familiar with its sound. Students see uppercase and lowercase V, listen to the sound V makes, and then hear and see words that begin with V. Students may watch the video again and again. Featured words include violin, van, video, and volcano.
This interactive story features the letter V. Students follow along with the story and see and hear words that begin with V. Then, students can click on each word to hear it read again, reinforcing alphabetic knowledge and reading readiness. The story is short and fun, so students can quickly learn it and “read” along. Featured words include vegetables, volcanoes, and vibrant.
This alphabet song features the letter V. Students see the letter V and hear the sound that it makes. In each verse of the song, students learn a word that begins with the sound a V makes. This song features the words vest and vet.
Paint It is an interactive coloring activity that lets students reinforce their knowledge of the letter V by painting pictures related to the letter. Students choose image and colors as they reinforce their understanding of the letter V.
LetterDrop is a activity that reinforces letter recognition of uppercase and lowercase letters. Each leaf in LetterDrop has a letter. The goal of this activity is for students to catch five leaves with the letter V.
This fun video helps students learn to visually identify the letter W and also become familiar with its sound. Students see uppercase and lowercase W, listen to the sound W makes, and then hear and see words that begin with W. Students may watch the video again and again. Featured words include watch, winder, waffles, and wave.
This interactive story features the letter W. Students follow along with the story and see and hear words that begin with W. Then, students can click on each word to hear it read again, reinforcing alphabetic knowledge and reading readiness. The story is short and fun, so students can quickly learn it and “read” along. Featured words include waffles, windmills, and wonderful.
This alphabet song features the letter W. Students see the letter W and hear the sound that it makes. In each verse of the song, students learn a word that begins with the sound a W makes. This song features the words whale and watch.
Paint It is an interactive coloring activity that lets students reinforce their knowledge of the letter W by painting pictures related to the letter. Students choose image and colors as they reinforce their understanding of the letter W.
This fun interactive activity focuses on letter recognition. Students watch letter bubbles float by on their screen and gain points by clicking on the bubbles with the letter W.
This fun video helps students learn to visually identify the letter X and also become familiar with its sound. Students see uppercase and lowercase X, listen to the sound X makes, and then hear and see words that end with X. Students may watch the video again and again. Featured words include fox, six, and wax.
This interactive story features the letter X. Students follow along with the story and see and hear words that include the letter X. Then, students can click on each word to hear it read again, reinforcing alphabetic knowledge and reading readiness. The story is short and fun, so students can quickly learn it and “read” along. Featured words include boxing, lynx, and extreme.
This alphabet song features the letter X. Students see the letter X and hear the sound that it makes. In each verse of the song, students learn a word that ends with the sound an X makes. This song features the words ax and fox.
Paint It is an interactive coloring activity that lets students reinforce their knowledge of the letter X by painting pictures related to the letter. Students choose image and colors as they reinforce their understanding of the letter X.
LetterDrop is a activity that reinforces letter recognition of uppercase and lowercase letters. Each leaf in LetterDrop has a letter. The goal of this activity is for students to catch five leaves with the letter X.
This fun video helps students learn to visually identify the letter Y and also become familiar with its sound. Students see uppercase and lowercase Y, listen to the sound Y makes, and then hear and see words that begin with Y. Students may watch the video again and again. Featured words include yoyo, yellow, yawn, and yard.
This interactive story features the letter Y. Students follow along with the story and see and hear words that begin with Y. Then, students can click on each word to hear it read again, reinforcing alphabetic knowledge and reading readiness. The story is short and fun, so students can quickly learn it and “read” along. Featured words include yogurt, yellow, and young.
This alphabet song features the letter Y. Students see the letter Y and hear the sound that it makes. In each verse of the song, students learn a word that begins with the sound a Y makes. This song features the words yes and yell.
Paint It is an interactive coloring activity that lets students reinforce their knowledge of the letter Y by painting pictures related to the letter. Students choose image and colors as they reinforce their understanding of the letter Y.
This fun interactive activity focuses on letter recognition. Students watch letter bubbles float by on their screen and gain points by clicking on the bubbles with the letter Y.
This fun video helps students learn to visually identify the letter Z and also become familiar with its sound. Students see uppercase and lowercase Z, listen to the sound Z makes, and then hear and see words that begin with Z. Students may watch the video again and again. Featured words include zoo, zipper, zebra, and zero.
This interactive story features the letter Z. Students follow along with the story and see and hear words that begin with Z. Then, students can click on each word to hear it read again, reinforcing alphabetic knowledge and reading readiness. The story is short and fun, so students can quickly learn it and “read” along. Featured words include zoo, zebras, and zany.
This alphabet song features the letter Z. Students see the letter Z and hear the sound that it makes. In each verse of the song, students learn a word that begins with the sound a Z makes. This song features the words zip and zoo.
Paint It is an interactive coloring activity that lets students reinforce their knowledge of the letter Z by painting pictures related to the letter. Students choose image and colors as they reinforce their understanding of the letter Z.
LetterDrop is a activity that reinforces letter recognition of uppercase and lowercase letters. Each leaf in LetterDrop has a letter. The goal of this activity is for students to catch five leaves with the letter Z.

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