Foundations of the ABC's and 123's

Teacher: DeeAnna
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Introduction & Resources

1 Introduction 04:20

In this short introduction video, Mrs. Chevalier will discuss what you can expect from the Foundations of the ABC's and 123's course and why she feels it is important to your student's education. Attached to this introduction are the flashcards that you will need for your letter and number lessons, blank ten frames, and number mats.

See each lesson directly for more practice and assessment resources.

Letters

2 Lesson 1: Letter "Mm" 13:56

Letter "M"

This lesson begins with an introduction to the letter "M", followed by the Phonics Song. This song will be played during each letter lesson and includes all the letters of the alphabet, in alphabetical order, and their sounds. We will then learn the correct way to make the "M" sound, as well as how to write it in both uppercase and lowercase form. Finally, we will look at provided picture cards to practice listening for the "M" sound within common words. Students should then be given the opportunity to practice these skills on their own or with assistance from an adult using provided handwriting and letter practice pages. Additional practice pages are provided as well for subsequent days of practice and for reviewing the letter "M" as needed. 

Note: Lessons are not in alphabetical order for the sole purpose of teaching letter sounds in a manner that will allow students to practice reading words at a more realistic pace. The Phonics Song will help to reinforce alphabetical order during each lesson. 

 

3 Letter "Mm" Review Practice 08:34

Students will need a writing tool as well as the worksheet titled “Letter Practice- Mm”. We will complete the page together, allowing students to practice writing both uppercase and lowercase letters, identifying the letter among other letters, and listening for the letter sound at the beginning of words. 

4 Lesson 2: Letter "Aa" 11:35

Letter "A"

This lesson begins with an introduction to the letter "A", followed by the Phonics Song. This song will be played during each letter lesson and includes all the letters of the alphabet, in alphabetical order, and their sounds. We will discuss that "A" is a vowel sound that makes two different sounds. We will then learn the correct way to make both the long and short "A" sounds, as well as how to write it in both uppercase and lowercase form. Finally, we will look at provided picture cards to practice listening for the "A" sound within common words. Students should then be given the opportunity to practice these skills on their own or with assistance from an adult using provided handwriting and letter practice pages. Additional practice pages are provided as well for subsequent days of practice and for reviewing the letter "A" as needed. 

5 Letter "Aa" Review Practice 06:50

Students will need a writing tool as well as the worksheet titled “Letter Practice- Aa”. We will complete the page together, allowing students to practice writing both uppercase and lowercase letters, identifying the letter among other letters, and listening for the letter sound at the beginning of words. 

6 Lesson 3: Letter "Pp" 10:25

Letter "P"

This lesson begins with an introduction to the letter "P", followed by the Phonics Song. This song will be played during each letter lesson and includes all the letters of the alphabet, in alphabetical order, and their sounds. We will then learn the correct way to make the "P" sound, as well as how to write it in both uppercase and lowercase form. Finally, we will look at provided picture cards to practice listening for the "P" sound within common words. Students should then be given the opportunity to practice these skills on their own or with assistance from an adult using provided handwriting and letter practice pages. Additional practice pages are provided as well for subsequent days of practice and for reviewing the letter "P" as needed. 

7 Letter "Pp" Review Practice 05:47

Students will need a writing tool as well as the worksheet titled “Letter Practice- Pp”. We will complete the page together, allowing students to practice writing both uppercase and lowercase letters, identifying the letter among other letters, and listening for the letter sound at the beginning of words. 

8 Lesson 4: Letter "Ss" 09:45

Letter "S"

This lesson begins with an introduction to the letter "S", followed by the Phonics Song. This song will be played during each letter lesson and includes all the letters of the alphabet, in alphabetical order, and their sounds. We will then learn the correct way to make the "S" sound, as well as how to write it in both uppercase and lowercase form. Finally, we will look at provided picture cards to practice listening for the "S" sound within common words. Students should then be given the opportunity to practice these skills on their own or with assistance from an adult using provided handwriting and letter practice pages. Additional practice pages are provided as well for subsequent days of practice and for reviewing the letter "S" as needed. 

9 Letter "Ss" Review Practice 06:49

Students will need a writing tool as well as the worksheet titled “Letter Practice- Ss”. We will complete the page together, allowing students to practice writing both uppercase and lowercase letters, identifying the letter among other letters, and listening for the letter sound at the beginning of words. 

10 Lesson 5: Letter "Tt" 10:17

Letter "T"

This lesson begins with an introduction to the letter "T", followed by the Phonics Song. This song will be played during each letter lesson and includes all the letters of the alphabet, in alphabetical order, and their sounds. We will then learn the correct way to make the "T" sound, as well as how to write it in both uppercase and lowercase form. Finally, we will look at provided picture cards to practice listening for the "T" sound within common words. Students should then be given the opportunity to practice these skills on their own or with assistance from an adult using provided handwriting and letter practice pages. Additional practice pages are provided as well for subsequent days of practice and for reviewing the letter "T" as needed. 

11 Letter "Tt" Review Practice 07:44

Students will need a writing tool as well as the worksheet titled “Letter Practice- Tt”. We will complete the page together, allowing students to practice writing both uppercase and lowercase letters, identifying the letter among other letters, and listening for the letter sound at the beginning of words. 

12 Lesson 6: Letter Review 1 14:37

First Review

This lesson begins with a review of the previous five letters that we have learned (M, A, P, S, T) using picture cards followed by the Phonics Song. We then use those five letters and their sounds to practice reading and writing CVC (consonant, vowel, consonant) words. Students should then use the provided practice page to continue building words on their own or with the assistance of an adult.

It is recommended that a follow-up assessment of all letter names and sounds take place following this lesson as well. Use the provided flashcards, out of alphabetical order, as your assessment tool. 

13 Letter Review #1 Practice 08:42

Students will use the worksheet titled "Building Words 1" to review the first five letters learned. The worksheet includes the letter tiles needed to manipulate sounds and create words however, students can use another manipulative if they are more comfortable. 

14 Lesson 7: Letter "Bb" 10:02

Letter "B"

This lesson begins with an introduction to the letter "B", followed by the Phonics Song. This song will be played during each letter lesson and includes all the letters of the alphabet, in alphabetical order, and their sounds. We will then learn the correct way to make the "B" sound, as well as how to write it in both uppercase and lowercase form. Finally, we will look at provided picture cards to practice listening for the "B" sound within common words. Students should then be given the opportunity to practice these skills on their own or with assistance from an adult using provided handwriting and letter practice pages. Additional practice pages are provided as well for subsequent days of practice and for reviewing the letter "B" as needed. 

15 Letter "Bb" Review Practice 06:01

Students will need a writing tool as well as the worksheet titled “Letter Practice-Bb”. We will complete the page together, allowing students to practice writing both uppercase and lowercase letters, identifying the letter among other letters, and listening for the letter sound at the beginning of words. 

16 Lesson 8: Letter "Hh" 09:47

Letter "H"

This lesson begins with an introduction to the letter "H", followed by the Phonics Song. This song will be played during each letter lesson and includes all the letters of the alphabet, in alphabetical order, and their sounds. We will then learn the correct way to make the "H" sound, as well as how to write it in both uppercase and lowercase form. Finally, we will look at provided picture cards to practice listening for the "H" sound within common words. Students should then be given the opportunity to practice these skills on their own or with assistance from an adult using provided handwriting and letter practice pages. Additional practice pages are provided as well for subsequent days of practice and for reviewing the letter "H" as needed. 

17 Letter "Hh" Review Practice 06:22

Students will need a writing tool as well as the worksheet titled “Letter Practice- Hh”. We will complete the page together, allowing students to practice writing both uppercase and lowercase letters, identifying the letter among other letters, and listening for the letter sound at the beginning of words. 

18 Lesson 9: Letter "Gg" 09:29

Letter "G"

This lesson begins with an introduction to the letter "G", followed by the Phonics Song. This song will be played during each letter lesson and includes all the letters of the alphabet, in alphabetical order, and their sounds. We will then learn the correct way to make the "G" sound, as well as how to write it in both uppercase and lowercase form. Finally, we will look at provided picture cards to practice listening for the "G" sound within common words. Students should then be given the opportunity to practice these skills on their own or with assistance from an adult using provided handwriting and letter practice pages. Additional practice pages are provided as well for subsequent days of practice and for reviewing the letter "G" as needed. 

19 Letter "Gg" Review Practice 05:59

Students will need a writing tool as well as the worksheet titled “Letter Practice- Gg”. We will complete the page together, allowing students to practice writing both uppercase and lowercase letters, identifying the letter among other letters, and listening for the letter sound at the beginning of words. 

20 Lesson 10: Letter "Dd" 09:29

Letter "D"

This lesson begins with an introduction to the letter "D", followed by the Phonics Song. This song will be played during each letter lesson and includes all the letters of the alphabet, in alphabetical order, and their sounds. We will then learn the correct way to make the "D" sound, as well as how to write it in both uppercase and lowercase form. Finally, we will look at provided picture cards to practice listening for the "D" sound within common words. Students should then be given the opportunity to practice these skills on their own or with assistance from an adult using provided handwriting and letter practice pages. Additional practice pages are provided as well for subsequent days of practice and for reviewing the letter "D" as needed. 

21 Letter "Dd" Review Practice 07:20

Students will need a writing tool as well as the worksheet titled “Letter Practice- Dd”. We will complete the page together, allowing students to practice writing both uppercase and lowercase letters, identifying the letter among other letters, and listening for the letter sound at the beginning of words. 

22 Lesson 11: Letter "Nn" 08:36

Letter "N"

This lesson begins with an introduction to the letter "N", followed by the Phonics Song. This song will be played during each letter lesson and includes all the letters of the alphabet, in alphabetical order, and their sounds. We will then learn the correct way to make the "N" sound, as well as how to write it in both uppercase and lowercase form. Finally, we will look at provided picture cards to practice listening for the "N" sound within common words. Students should then be given the opportunity to practice these skills on their own or with assistance from an adult using provided handwriting and letter practice pages. Additional practice pages are provided as well for subsequent days of practice and for reviewing the letter "N" as needed. 

23 Letter "Nn" Review Practice 06:28

Students will need a writing tool as well as the worksheet titled “Letter Practice- Nn”. We will complete the page together, allowing students to practice writing both uppercase and lowercase letters, identifying the letter among other letters, and listening for the letter sound at the beginning of words. 

24 Lesson 12: Letter Review 2 11:36

Review 2

This lesson begins with a review of the previous ten letters that we have learned (M, A, P, S, T, B, H, G, D, N) followed by the Phonics Song. We then use those ten letters and their sounds to practice reading and writing CVC (consonant, vowel, consonant) words. I will use letter tiles to do this activity but your student can use the letter cards provided. Students should then use the provided practice page to continue building words on their own or with the assistance of an adult. 

It is recommended that you complete an assessment of the entire alphabet following this lesson to track student progress. 

25 Letter Review #2 Practice 06:16

Students will use the worksheet titled "Building Words 2" to review the first ten letters learned. The worksheet includes the letter tiles needed to manipulate sounds and create words however, students can use another manipulative if they are more comfortable. 

26 Lesson 13: Letter "Rr" 08:30

Letter "R"

This lesson begins with an introduction to the letter "R", followed by the Phonics Song. This song will be played during each letter lesson and includes all the letters of the alphabet, in alphabetical order, and their sounds. We will then learn the correct way to make the "R" sound, as well as how to write it in both uppercase and lowercase form. Finally, we will look at provided picture cards to practice listening for the "R" sound within common words. Students should then be given the opportunity to practice these skills on their own or with assistance from an adult using provided handwriting and letter practice pages. Additional practice pages are provided as well for subsequent days of practice and for reviewing the letter "R" as needed. 

27 Letter "Rr" Review Practice 07:13

Students will need a writing tool as well as the worksheet titled “Letter Practice- Rr”. We will complete the page together, allowing students to practice writing both uppercase and lowercase letters, identifying the letter among other letters, and listening for the letter sound at the beginning of words. 

28 Lesson 14: Letter "Ll" 09:04

Letter "L"

This lesson begins with an introduction to the letter "L", followed by the Phonics Song. This song will be played during each letter lesson and includes all the letters of the alphabet, in alphabetical order, and their sounds. We will then learn the correct way to make the "L" sound, as well as how to write it in both uppercase and lowercase form. Finally, we will look at provided picture cards to practice listening for the "L" sound within common words. Students should then be given the opportunity to practice these skills on their own or with assistance from an adult using provided handwriting and letter practice pages. Additional practice pages are provided as well for subsequent days of practice and for reviewing the letter "L" as needed. 

29 Letter "Ll" Review Practice 05:01

Students will need a writing tool as well as the worksheet titled “Letter Practice- Ll”. We will complete the page together, allowing students to practice writing both uppercase and lowercase letters, identifying the letter among other letters, and listening for the letter sound at the beginning of words. 

30 Lesson 15: Letter "Cc" 11:01

Letter "C"

This lesson begins with an introduction to the letter "C", followed by the Phonics Song. This song will be played during each letter lesson and includes all the letters of the alphabet, in alphabetical order, and their sounds. We will then learn the correct way to make the "C" sound, as well as how to write it in both uppercase and lowercase form. Finally, we will look at provided picture cards to practice listening for the "C" sound within common words. Students should then be given the opportunity to practice these skills on their own or with assistance from an adult using provided handwriting and letter practice pages. Additional practice pages are provided as well for subsequent days of practice and for reviewing the letter "C" as needed. 

31 Letter "Cc" Review Practice 06:07

Students will need a writing tool as well as the worksheet titled “Letter Practice- Cc”. We will complete the page together, allowing students to practice writing both uppercase and lowercase letters, identifying the letter among other letters, and listening for the letter sound at the beginning of words. 

32 Lesson 16: Letter "Jj" 10:08

Letter "J"

This lesson begins with an introduction to the letter "J", followed by the Phonics Song. This song will be played during each letter lesson and includes all the letters of the alphabet, in alphabetical order, and their sounds. We will then learn the correct way to make the "J" sound, as well as how to write it in both uppercase and lowercase form. Finally, we will look at provided picture cards to practice listening for the "J" sound within common words. Students should then be given the opportunity to practice these skills on their own or with assistance from an adult using provided handwriting and letter practice pages. Additional practice pages are provided as well for subsequent days of practice and for reviewing the letter "J" as needed.

33 Letter "Jj" Review Practice 07:03

Students will need a writing tool as well as the worksheet titled “Letter Practice- Jj”. We will complete the page together, allowing students to practice writing both uppercase and lowercase letters, identifying the letter among other letters, and listening for the letter sound at the beginning of words. 

34 Lesson 17: Letter "Ff" 09:44

Letter "F"

This lesson begins with an introduction to the letter "F", followed by the Phonics Song. This song will be played during each letter lesson and includes all the letters of the alphabet, in alphabetical order, and their sounds. We will then learn the correct way to make the "F" sound, as well as how to write it in both uppercase and lowercase form. Finally, we will look at provided picture cards to practice listening for the "F" sound within common words. Students should then be given the opportunity to practice these skills on their own or with assistance from an adult using provided handwriting and letter practice pages. Additional practice pages are provided as well for subsequent days of practice and for reviewing the letter "F" as needed.

35 Letter "Ff" Review Practice 05:39

Students will need a writing tool as well as the worksheet titled “Letter Practice- Ff”. We will complete the page together, allowing students to practice writing both uppercase and lowercase letters, identifying the letter among other letters, and listening for the letter sound at the beginning of words. 

36 Lesson 18: Letter Review 3 10:46

Third Review

This lesson begins with a review of the previous 15 letters that we have learned using an uppercase and lowercase letter match. We then use those 15 letters and their sounds to practice reading and writing CVC (consonant, vowel, consonant) words. Students should then use the provided practice page to continue building words on their own or with the assistance of an adult.

It is recommended that you complete an assessment of the entire alphabet following this lesson to track student progress. 

37 Letter Review #3 Practice 08:35

Students will use the worksheet titled "Building Words 3" to review the first fifteen letters learned. The worksheet includes the letter tiles needed to manipulate sounds and create words however, students can use another manipulative if they are more comfortable. 

38 Lesson 19: Letter "Oo" 09:28

Letter "O"

This lesson begins with an introduction to the letter "O", followed by the Phonics Song. This song will be played during each letter lesson and includes all the letters of the alphabet, in alphabetical order, and their sounds. We will discuss that "O" is a vowel sound that makes two different sounds. We will then learn the correct way to make both the long and short "O" sounds, as well as how to write it in both uppercase and lowercase form. Finally, we will look at provided picture cards to practice listening for the "O" sound within common words. Students should then be given the opportunity to practice these skills on their own or with assistance from an adult using provided handwriting and letter practice pages. Additional practice pages are provided as well for subsequent days of practice and for reviewing the letter "O" as needed. 

39 Letter "Oo" Review Practice 06:58

Students will need a writing tool as well as the worksheet titled “Letter Practice- Oo”. We will complete the page together, allowing students to practice writing both uppercase and lowercase letters, identifying the letter among other letters, and listening for the letter sound at the beginning of words. 

40 Lesson 20: Letter "Xx" 12:28

Letter "X"

This lesson begins with an introduction to the letter "X", followed by the Phonics Song. This song will be played during each letter lesson and includes all the letters of the alphabet, in alphabetical order, and their sounds. We will then learn the correct way to make the "X" sound, as well as how to write it in both uppercase and lowercase form. Finally, we will look at provided picture cards to practice listening for the "X" sound within common words. Students should then be given the opportunity to practice these skills on their own or with assistance from an adult using provided handwriting and letter practice pages. Additional practice pages are provided as well for subsequent days of practice and for reviewing the letter "X" as needed. 

41 Letter "Xx" Review Practice 06:57

Students will need a writing tool as well as the worksheet titled “Letter Practice- Xx”. We will complete the page together, allowing students to practice writing both uppercase and lowercase letters, identifying the letter among other letters, and listening for the letter sound at the beginning of words. 

42 Lesson 21: Letter "Ii" 11:42

Letter "I"

This lesson begins with an introduction to the letter "I", followed by the Phonics Song. This song will be played during each letter lesson and includes all the letters of the alphabet, in alphabetical order, and their sounds. We will discuss that "I" is a vowel sound that makes two different sounds. We will then learn the correct way to make both the long and short "I" sounds, as well as how to write it in both uppercase and lowercase form. Finally, we will look at provided picture cards to practice listening for the "I" sound within common words. Students should then be given the opportunity to practice these skills on their own or with assistance from an adult using provided handwriting and letter practice pages. Additional practice pages are provided as well for subsequent days of practice and for reviewing the letter "I" as needed. 

43 Letter "Ii" Review Practice 07:26

Students will need a writing tool as well as the worksheet titled “Letter Practice- Ii”. We will complete the page together, allowing students to practice writing both uppercase and lowercase letters, identifying the letter among other letters, and listening for the letter sound at the beginning of words. 

44 Lesson 22: Letter "Zz" 10:26

 Letter "Z"

This lesson begins with an introduction to the letter "Z", followed by the Phonics Song. This song will be played during each letter lesson and includes all the letters of the alphabet, in alphabetical order, and their sounds. We will then learn the correct way to make the "Z" sound, as well as how to write it in both uppercase and lowercase form. Finally, we will look at provided picture cards to practice listening for the "Z" sound within common words. Students should then be given the opportunity to practice these skills on their own or with assistance from an adult using provided handwriting and letter practice pages. Additional practice pages are provided as well for subsequent days of practice and for reviewing the letter "Z" as needed. 

45 Letter "Zz" Review Practice 06:23

Students will need a writing tool as well as the worksheet titled “Letter Practice- Zz”. We will complete the page together, allowing students to practice writing both uppercase and lowercase letters, identifying the letter among other letters, and listening for the letter sound at the beginning of words. 

46 Lesson 23: Letter "Ww" 10:32

Letter "W"

This lesson begins with an introduction to the letter "W", followed by the Phonics Song. This song will be played during each letter lesson and includes all the letters of the alphabet, in alphabetical order, and their sounds. We will then learn the correct way to make the "W" sound, as well as how to write it in both uppercase and lowercase form. Finally, we will look at provided picture cards to practice listening for the "W" sound within common words. Students should then be given the opportunity to practice these skills on their own or with assistance from an adult using provided handwriting and letter practice pages. Additional practice pages are provided as well for subsequent days of practice and for reviewing the letter "W" as needed. 

47 Letter "Ww" Review Practice 06:46

Students will need a writing tool as well as the worksheet titled “Letter Practice- Ww”. We will complete the page together, allowing students to practice writing both uppercase and lowercase letters, identifying the letter among other letters, and listening for the letter sound at the beginning of words. 

48 Lesson 24: Letter Review 4 14:34

Fourth Review

This lesson begins with the Phonics Song followed by a review of the previous letters that we have learned using picture cards. We then use those letters and their sounds to practice reading and writing CVC (consonant, vowel, consonant) words. Students should then use the provided practice page to continue building words on their own or with the assistance of an adult.

It is recommended that you complete an assessment of the entire alphabet following this lesson to track student progress. 

49 Letter Review #4 Practice 08:28

Students will use the worksheet titled "Building Words 4" to review the first twenty letters learned. The worksheet includes the letter tiles needed to manipulate sounds and create words however, students can use another manipulative if they are more comfortable. 

50 Lesson 25: Letter "Kk" 12:16

Letter "K"

This lesson begins with an introduction to the letter "K", followed by the Phonics Song. This song will be played during each letter lesson and includes all the letters of the alphabet, in alphabetical order, and their sounds. We will then learn the correct way to make the "K" sound, as well as how to write it in both uppercase and lowercase form. Finally, we will look at provided picture cards to practice listening for the "K" sound within common words. Students should then be given the opportunity to practice these skills on their own or with assistance from an adult using provided handwriting and letter practice pages. Additional practice pages are provided as well for subsequent days of practice and for reviewing the letter "K" as needed. 

51 Letter "Kk" Review Practice 07:34

Students will need a writing tool as well as the worksheet titled “Letter Practice- Kk”. We will complete the page together, allowing students to practice writing both uppercase and lowercase letters, identifying the letter among other letters, and listening for the letter sound at the beginning of words. 

52 Lesson 26: Letter "Vv" 09:33

Letter "V"

This lesson begins with an introduction to the letter "V", followed by the Phonics Song. This song will be played during each letter lesson and includes all the letters of the alphabet, in alphabetical order, and their sounds. We will then learn the correct way to make the "V" sound, as well as how to write it in both uppercase and lowercase form. Finally, we will look at provided picture cards to practice listening for the "V" sound within common words. Students should then be given the opportunity to practice these skills on their own or with assistance from an adult using provided handwriting and letter practice pages. Additional practice pages are provided as well for subsequent days of practice and for reviewing the letter "V" as needed. 

53 Letter "Vv" Review Practice 05:15

Students will need a writing tool as well as the worksheet titled “Letter Practice- Vv”. We will complete the page together, allowing students to practice writing both uppercase and lowercase letters, identifying the letter among other letters, and listening for the letter sound at the beginning of words. 

54 Lesson 27: Letter "Uu" 11:00

Letter "U"

This lesson begins with an introduction to the letter "U", followed by the Phonics Song. This song will be played during each letter lesson and includes all the letters of the alphabet, in alphabetical order, and their sounds. We will discuss that "U" is a vowel sound that makes two different sounds. We will then learn the correct way to make both the long and short "U" sounds, as well as how to write it in both uppercase and lowercase form. Finally, we will look at provided picture cards to practice listening for the "U" sound within common words. Students should then be given the opportunity to practice these skills on their own or with assistance from an adult using provided handwriting and letter practice pages. Additional practice pages are provided as well for subsequent days of practice and for reviewing the letter "U" as needed. 

55 Letter "Uu" Review Practice 06:09

Students will need a writing tool as well as the worksheet titled “Letter Practice- Uu”. We will complete the page together, allowing students to practice writing both uppercase and lowercase letters, identifying the letter among other letters, and listening for the letter sound at the beginning of words. 

56 Lesson 28: Letter "Ee" 12:38

Letter "E"

This lesson begins with an introduction to the letter "E", followed by the Phonics Song. This song will be played during each letter lesson and includes all the letters of the alphabet, in alphabetical order, and their sounds. We will discuss that "E" is a vowel sound that makes two different sounds. We will then learn the correct way to make both the long and short "E" sounds, as well as how to write it in both uppercase and lowercase form. Finally, we will look at provided picture cards to practice listening for the "E" sound within common words. Students should then be given the opportunity to practice these skills on their own or with assistance from an adult using provided handwriting and letter practice pages. Additional practice pages are provided as well for subsequent days of practice and for reviewing the letter "E" as needed. 

57 Letter "Ee" Review Practice 05:36

Students will need a writing tool as well as the worksheet titled “Letter Practice- Ee”. We will complete the page together, allowing students to practice writing both uppercase and lowercase letters, identifying the letter among other letters, and listening for the letter sound at the beginning of words. 

58 Lesson 29: Letter "Qq" 11:47

Letter "Q"

This lesson begins with an introduction to the letter "Q", followed by the Phonics Song. This song will be played during each letter lesson and includes all the letters of the alphabet, in alphabetical order, and their sounds. We will then learn the correct way to make the "Q" sound, as well as how to write it in both uppercase and lowercase form. Finally, we will look at provided picture cards to practice listening for the "Q" sound within common words. Students should then be given the opportunity to practice these skills on their own or with assistance from an adult using provided handwriting and letter practice pages. Additional practice pages are provided as well for subsequent days of practice and for reviewing the letter "Q" as needed. 

59 Letter "Qq" Review Practice 09:42

Students will need a writing tool as well as the worksheet titled “Letter Practice- Qq”. We will complete the page together, allowing students to practice writing both uppercase and lowercase letters, identifying the letter among other letters, and listening for the letter sound at the beginning of words. 

60 Lesson 30: Letters "Yy" 12:09

Letter "Y"

This lesson begins with an introduction to the letter "Y", followed by the Phonics Song. This song will be played during each letter lesson and includes all the letters of the alphabet, in alphabetical order, and their sounds. We will then learn the correct way to make the "Y" sound, as well as how to write it in both uppercase and lowercase form. Finally, we will look at provided picture cards to practice listening for the "Y" sound within common words. Students should then be given the opportunity to practice these skills on their own or with assistance from an adult using provided handwriting and letter practice pages. Additional practice pages are provided as well for subsequent days of practice and for reviewing the letter "Y" as needed. 

61 Letter "Yy" Review Practice 07:57

Students will need a writing tool as well as the worksheet titled “Letter Practice- Yy. We will complete the page together, allowing students to practice writing both uppercase and lowercase letters, identifying the letter among other letters, and listening for the letter sound at the beginning of words. 

62 Lesson 31: Letter Review 5 11:06

The final letter lesson begins with a review using the Phonics Song. We then apply the letters we've learned to a short reading passage to give students real-life practice using letter sounds.

It is recommended that you complete an assessment of the entire alphabet following this lesson to track student progress. 

63 Letter Review #5 Practice 06:52

Students will use the worksheet titled "Building Words 5" to review all twenty-six letters learned. The worksheet includes the letter tiles needed to manipulate sounds and create words however, students can use another manipulative if they are more comfortable. 

Numbers

64 Lesson 1: Numbers 0-1 09:37

This lesson begins with a counting warm-up video to reinforce number recognition and counting skills. We will learn the correct way to write the numbers, what the value of the numbers look like in a ten frame and in a place value chart, and how to show the numbers' value in picture form. Students should then be given an opportunity to complete their number books and additional practice pages independently or with assistance from an adult.

It is recommended that a pre-assessment be completed and should include the student counting as high as they can, beginning at zero, as well as using flashcards to assess their ability to identify numbers 0-100 and writing numbers 0-20. 

65 Numbers 0-1 Review Practice 09:08

Students will need a writing tool as well as the document titled “My Number Book”. We will complete the pages together, allowing students to practice writing, identifying, drawing and showing the place value of each number. 

66 Lesson 2: Number 2-3 09:59

This lesson begins with a counting warm-up video to reinforce number recognition and counting skills. Our warmup is followed by a quick review of past numbers learned and an introduction of the focus numbers for the lesson. We will learn the correct way to write the numbers, what the value of the numbers look like in a ten frame and in a place value chart, and how to show the numbers' value in picture form. Students should then be given an opportunity to complete their number books and additional practice pages independently or with assistance from an adult.

67 Numbers 2-3 Review Practice 08:20

Students will need a writing tool as well as the document titled “My Number Book”. We will complete the pages together, allowing students to practice writing, identifying, drawing and showing the place value of each number. 

68 Lesson 3: Numbers 4-5 09:46

This lesson begins with a counting warm-up video to reinforce number recognition and counting skills. Our warmup is followed by a quick review of past numbers learned and an introduction of the focus numbers for the lesson. We will learn the correct way to write the numbers, what the value of the numbers look like in a ten frame and in a place value chart, and how to show the numbers' value in picture form. Students should then be given an opportunity to complete their number books and additional practice pages independently or with assistance from an adult.

69 Numbers 4-5 Review Practice 09:44

Students will need a writing tool as well as the document titled “My Number Book”. We will complete the pages together, allowing students to practice writing, identifying, drawing and showing the place value of each number. 

70 Lesson 4: Numbers 6-7 10:40

This lesson begins with a counting warm-up video to reinforce number recognition and counting skills. Our warmup is followed by a quick review of past numbers learned and an introduction of the focus numbers for the lesson. We will learn the correct way to write the numbers, what the value of the numbers look like in a ten frame and in a place value chart, and how to show the numbers' value in picture form. Students should then be given an opportunity to complete their number books and additional practice pages independently or with assistance from an adult.

71 Numbers 6-7 Review Practice 09:26

Students will need a writing tool as well as the document titled “My Number Book”. We will complete the pages together, allowing students to practice writing, identifying, drawing and showing the place value of each number. 

72 Lesson 5: Numbers 8-9 14:50

This lesson begins with a counting warm-up video to reinforce number recognition and counting skills. Our warmup is followed by a quick review of past numbers learned and an introduction of the focus numbers for the lesson. We will learn the correct way to write the numbers, what the value of the numbers look like in a ten frame and in a place value chart, and how to show the numbers' value in picture form. Students should then be given an opportunity to complete their number books and additional practice pages independently or with assistance from an adult.

73 Numbers 8-9 Review Practice 11:55

Students will need a writing tool as well as the document titled “My Number Book”. We will complete the pages together, allowing students to practice writing, identifying, drawing and showing the place value of each number. 

74 Lesson 6: Number 10 12:04

This lesson begins with a counting warm-up video to reinforce number recognition and counting skills. Our warmup is followed by a quick review of past numbers learned and an introduction of the focus number for the lesson. We will learn the correct way to write the number, what the value of the number looks like in a ten frame and in a place value chart, and how to show the number's value in picture form. Students should then be given an opportunity to complete their practice pages independently or with assistance from an adult.

75 Number 10 Review Practice 05:37

Students will read each number then put them in the correct numerical order. Supplies needed for this activity include scissors and glue. 

76 Lesson 7: Number Review 1 14:31

This lesson begins with a review of numbers zero through ten using a dot card match-up activity. We then learn about decomposing numbers using a ten frame and number bond. Students should then be given an opportunity to complete their practice pages independently or with assistance from an adult.

It is recommended that an assessment should take place and should include the student counting as high as they can, beginning at zero, as well as using flashcards to assess their ability to identify numbers 0-100 and writing numbers 0-20.

77 Number Review #1 Practice 05:04

Students will read the number then count within the ten frames to show the place value of that number. 

78 Lesson 8: Numbers 11-13 10:34

This lesson begins with a counting warm-up video to reinforce number recognition and counting skills. Our warmup is followed by a quick review of past numbers learned and an introduction of the focus numbers for the lesson. We will learn the correct way to write the numbers, what the value of the numbers look like in a ten frame and in a place value chart, and how to show the numbers' value in picture form. Students should then be given an opportunity to complete their practice pages independently or with assistance from an adult.

79 Numbers 11-13 Review Practice 06:44

Students will practice by reading, counting, and showing the value of numbers 11-13 using the worksheet titled "Counting with Teen Numbers". 

80 Lesson 9: Numbers 14-16 09:41

This lesson begins with a counting warm-up video to reinforce number recognition and counting skills. Our warmup is followed by a quick review of past numbers learned and an introduction of the focus numbers for the lesson. We will learn the correct way to write the numbers, what the value of the numbers look like in a ten frame and in a place value chart, and how to show the numbers' value in picture form. Students should then be given an opportunity to complete their practice pages independently or with assistance from an adult.

81 Numbers 14-16 Review Practice 07:28

Students will practice reading, counting, and showing the value of numbers 14-16 using the worksheet titled "Teen Numbers with Ten Frames".

82 Lesson 10: Numbers 17-20 14:02

This lesson begins with a counting warm-up video to reinforce number recognition and counting skills. Our warmup is followed by a quick review of past numbers learned and an introduction of the focus numbers for the lesson. We will learn the correct way to write the numbers, what the value of the numbers look like in a ten frame and in a place value chart, and how to show the numbers' value in picture form. Students should then be given an opportunity to complete their practice pages independently or with assistance from an adult.

83 Numbers 17-20 Review Practice 07:11

Students will need the worksheet titled "Color by Teen Numbers" as well as markers, crayons, or colored pencils (pink, purple, blue, green, orange, yellow). Students will practice numbers 17-20 by reading the numbers then following the direction key to color the spaces accordingly. 

84 Lesson 11: Numbers Review 2 08:38

This lesson begins with a quick flashcard review of all numbers from zero to twenty. Students will then need to gather twenty counters to complete our lesson's activity. Counters can be anything they already have at home such as cotton balls, paper clips, coins, crayons, etc. We will learn several different ways to use those twenty counters, flashcards and a plastic cup or container to practice numbers zero to twenty. 

An assessment of your student's number recognition, counting from 0-100 and writing numbers 0-20 should take place following this lesson to track student progress. 

85 Number Review #2 Practice 08:41

Students will practice reading, counting, and showing the value of numbers 1-20 using ten frames on the worksheet titled "Twenty Frames". 

86 Lesson 12: Numbers 21-50 19:26

This lesson begins with a counting warm-up video to reinforce number recognition and counting skills. Our warmup is followed by an introduction to the focus numbers for the lesson. We will learn where each number belongs in the hundreds chart, the correct way to write the numbers and what the value of the numbers look like in a place value chart. Students should then be given an opportunity to complete their practice pages independently or with assistance from an adult.

87 Numbers 21-50 Review Practice 08:48

Students will use the given numbers to guide them as they practice writing numbers 1-50 in correct numerical order using the worksheet titled "Numbers to 50".

88 Lesson 13: Numbers 51-100 20:13

This lesson begins with a counting warm-up video to reinforce number recognition and counting skills. Our warmup is followed by an introduction to the focus numbers for the lesson. We will learn where each number belongs in the hundreds chart, the correct way to write the numbers and what the value of the numbers look like in a place value chart. Students should then be given an opportunity to complete their practice pages independently or with assistance from an adult.

89 Numbers 51-100 Review Practice 05:51

This activity can be completed individually or with a partner. Students will need two different colored writing tools, the worksheet titled "Boxed Out" and number flashcards from 1-100. Take turns drawing number cards, then reading them on the cart, and coloring them. The first color to draw, find and color in five numbers in a row is the winner.

90 Lesson 14: Counting 12:11

This lesson begins with a warm-up counting video to help reinforce number recognition and number order. We will then use the hundreds chart to aid in visualizing how to skip count by tens and fives. Students should be given an opportunity to complete their practice page on their own or with help from an adult.

This should be your final assessment of the student's number recognition, counting from 0-100, and writing numbers 0-20. 

91 Counting On Review Practice 09:45

Students should use the worksheet titled "What Comes Next?" to practice counting on from any given number. Read the numbers provided, then count forward while writing down each subsequent number in correct numerical order. 

Course Overview

This “Foundations of the ABC’s and 123’s” video course covers all of the content students need to build their basic letter and number skills. The course focuses on writing formation for numbers and letters, letter sounds and their application in words, counting numbers, and place value of numbers.

This course includes:

• 2 UNITS

• 31 LETTER VIDEO-LESSONS

• 14 NUMBER VIDEO-LESSONS

• 45 LESSON REVIEW VIDEOS

• 121 LETTER PRACTICE PAGES

• 34 NUMBER PRACTICE PAGES

• 6 ADDITIONAL PRACTICE RESOURCES 

• 5 ADDITIONAL VIDEO RESOURCES 

• 7 QUIZZES

• 2 CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT TOOLS

Course Goals

Upon course completion, students will be able to identify the letter names and sounds of all 26 uppercase and lowercase letters of the alphabet and use those sounds to read and write words. They will also be able to read, count, show the value of, and write numbers 0-100 in correct numerical order. In addition, they will be able to skip count by 5’s and 10’s and count on from any given number.

Target Audience

This video-course is primarily intended for kindergarten or early first-grade students.

Letter Lesson Description

Each of the 26 letter lessons begin with an introduction to the focus letter, followed by the Phonics Song. This song will be played during each letter lesson and includes all the letters of the alphabet, in alphabetical order, and their sounds. We will then learn the correct way to make the focus letter's sound, as well as how to write it in both uppercase and lowercase form. Finally, we will look at provided picture cards to practice listening for the focus sound within common words. Students should then be given the opportunity to practice these skills on their own or with assistance from an adult using provided handwriting and letter practice pages. Additional practice pages are provided as well for subsequent days of practice and for reviewing the letters as needed. 

After every five letter lessons, there will be a review lesson. The purpose of this lesson is to give students the opportunity to apply the letters and sounds they have learned in actual reading and writing. These lessons will also include the Phonics Song and require at least one of the provided resources, such as picture cards. Students should use the provided "Building Words" pages on their own or with an adult as practice. These lessons also include assessment pages. Flashcards will be used to complete an assessment for uppercase letter recognition, lowercase letter recognition, and sound recognition. The entire alphabet is assessed each time. 

Note: Lessons are not in alphabetical order for the sole purpose of teaching letter sounds in a manner that will allow students to practice reading words at a more realistic pace. The Phonics Song will help to reinforce alphabetical order during each lesson. 

Number Lesson Description

Each number lesson will begin with a counting warmup video from Pink Fong or The Singing Walrus. The repetition of these videos helps to reinforce number recognition and counting skills. Our warmup is followed by a quick review of past numbers learned and the introduction of the focus numbers for the lesson. 

For 0-20, we will learn the correct way to write the number, what the value of the number looks like in a ten frame and in a place value chart, and how to show that number’s value in picture form. Students should then be given an opportunity to complete their number books (for numbers 0-9) and additional practice pages. 

For numbers 21-100, we will learn the correct way to read and write each number, where they belong on the hundreds chart, and how they are represented in a place value chart. Students should then be given an opportunity to complete their practice pages individually or with help from an adult.

Review lessons are planned to give students a chance to play games that will enhance their understanding of the previous numbers learned. These lessons take place after learning 0-10 and 11-20. 

Assessments should be completed during each review lesson and should include the student counting as high as they can, beginning at zero, as well as using flashcards to assess their ability to identify numbers 0-100 and writing numbers 0-20. 

  • Teacher: DeeAnna
  • Areas of expertise: Early Childhood Education (Birth- Grade 3) and Elementary Education (Grades 1-6)
  • Education: The University of Central Missouri
  • Interests: Reading, art, music, traveling
  • Skills: Calligraphy
  • Associations: Missouri State Teachers Association
  • Issues I care about: Child welfare, Education Equality

I am a veteran kindergarten teacher in the Kansas City, Missouri area. My teaching philosophy is to "Inspire the mind and motivate the heart." I do my very best to instill a love for learning in my students by making my lessons fun, engaging and meaningful.

Phonics Song

This song covers all 26 letters of the alphabet, in alphabetical order. It includes the uppercase and lowercase letter as well as the sound the letter makes and a picture clue. This song is included in each letter lesson but should be used for separate practice as needed.

Ten Little Penguins

Ten Little Penguins by Pink Fong

Can also be found on Youtube.com at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yt8GFgxlITs

I do not own the rights to this song or video. 

Counting from 1-10

Counting 1-10 by The Singing Walrus

Can also be found on Youtube.com at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DR-cfDsHCGA

I do not own the rights to this song or video. 

Counting from 1-20

Counting 1-20 by The Singing Walrus

Can also be found on Youtube.com at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D0Ajq682yrA

I do not own the rights to this song or video. 

Counting from 1-100

Counting 1-100 by The Singing Walrus

Can also be found on Youtube.com at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bGetqbqDVaA&list=RDbGetqbqDVaA&start_radio=1

I do not own the rights to this song or video. 

Course Quizzes Answer Key

There will be review quizzes after every five letters learned. This document gives the answers as well as the word to assist you in helping your student if needed. There are also two quizzes that take place during the numbers portion of the course; one following all 0-10 lessons and another following the teen lessons to twenty. This same document gives the quiz answers to those two quizzes as well. 

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