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Grade Level
Reading & Writing
Length of Time
15-30 minutes

Children should be able to write at least their First name, by the end of the school year.


Effectiveness, recognizing, enhance writing skill, and learn how to identify themselves. Both the teacher and the parents will need to be the key participants in accomplishing this goal.

Materials Needed

Letters Of the alphabet, multiple copies, note books, scissors and colored construction paper.


1. Letter to parents (participation matters)

2. Class room activities:

a. Introducing themselves

b. Labeling all seats (by name)

c. Recognizing the alphabets

d. Matching

3. Homework

a. Spelling of name

b. vacabulary words

c. writing name 3x once every week (perhaps every Monday)

4. Monitor progress



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