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Each student draws a letter from the bowl and then finds the flashcards associated with that letter.
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Look at an alphabet flashcard and then mouth the letter a few times. .
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Write the upper and lower case letter on a piece of white paper, then go through old magazines with your students to find pictures that begin with that letter.
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Finish by holding up each student's sheet, asking questions what is this letter?