Below is a sample of the Letter Recognition section from the Multisensory Reading Program Level 1
This exercise is designed to reinforce students’ instant letter recognition and also to recognize the different ways each letter of the alphabet may be represented in text.
Students are required to circle all the different ways of writing the letter. Each time a letter is circled, the student should say the sound represented by that letter and the key word/picture associated with that letter sound. For example, every time the letter ‘a’ is circled, the student would say, “/a/ for apple”.
An extension of this activity would be to have the student find other letters that have previously been learned. For example: “Put a triangle around a /d/ for dog. Put a square around a /n/ for nut. Put a line above /t/ for tent.”
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