Digital Letter Sorting | for Distance Learning with Google Slides or Seesaw

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$4.00

These 20 digital or printable activities provide ways for students to sort and work with letters. Straight lines, versus curved. Tall letters versus short. Holes versus no holes, Letters versus numbers and symbols, etc..

These 20 digital or printable activities provide ways for students to sort and work with letters. Straight lines, versus curved. Tall letters versus short. Holes versus no holes, Letters versus numbers and symbols, etc..

The activities are compatible with Google Slides and Seesaw, and come preloaded and ready to implement. We include step-by-step instructions and a video tutorial on how to access the activities on SeeSaw and Google Slides. They are perfect for your blended or hybrid learning model!

Visual discrimination is a pre-requisite skill to letter recognition. It helps pre-readers learn to recognize letter attributes and identify similarities and differences between them. This skill ultimately helps students determine what makes each letter unique, which in turn helps with letter identification and naming.

Each activity comes in three formats

a digital version: that can be assigned to students through Google Slides or Seesaw (can be used as a whole class, in small groups, or individually)
a printable version: that can be assigned as independent work or homework
a mat: that is meant to be laminated and used with magnetic letters or tiles