Alphabet and letter + sound activities are crucial for children in pre-kindergarten and kindergarten as they lay the foundation for early literacy skills. These activities help young learners recognize and differentiate letters, understand their corresponding sounds, and begin to form connections between written and spoken language. By engaging in fun, interactive exercises, children develop phonemic awareness, which is the ability to hear, identify, and manipulate individual sounds in words. This early exposure to the alphabet and its sounds is essential for future reading and writing success, enhancing vocabulary, communication skills, and overall cognitive development. Moreover, these activities foster a love for learning and reading, setting a positive tone for their educational journey.

Letter B Activities

Hey, I’m Kaley!

I am so happy that you’re here! Hey, I’m Kaley and I’m a literacy specialist, former Kindergarten teacher, and an imperfect mom to 4 young kids.

Let's help your kids learn how to read with simple, hands-on ideas following the Science of Reading.

As a mom and a teacher, I get it. It’s not always easy to find ways to help our kids read (and write).

Truth is - reading MUST be taught. It takes time, but with proper instruction, guidance, and (some) commitment, we can do it!
Each child CAN learn. It is up to us to TEACH kids HOW to read.

I’m here to help you! Let's get started :)