I have found a way to incorporate these activities into a variety of stations in my classroom, so my kids have the opportunity to work on these skills multiple times a day.
During our morning group we complete "Practice" time, where we say (and/or point for nonverbal students) to each letter/number as we say them.
For our "Journal" during morning group, we have started using these new worksheets I created. They are available at my TPT store here.
The letter worksheets are very similar to the number worksheet. These include a picture to color that starts with each letter as well as writing/identifying uppercase and lowercase letters.
This packet includes 50 worksheets for working on identifying letters and numbers. 36 of those worksheets are like those shown above (numbers 1-10 and letters A-Z). The other 14 worksheets are matching worksheets like those shown below.
In my reading station, my kids are working on a variety of letter worksheets before they read their adapted books. I got these from Amelia Veccio on TPT.
I also love these FREE letter graphic organizer worksheets I found from iTeach 5th grade. My kids aren't quite ready for them, but I feel like they will be a great transition from learning letter names to developing more phonics skills!
I am also looking forward to doing some fun crafts and hands-on activities with letters...these just help cover our daily work! I have found a lot of fun ideas on Pinterest for this and cannot wait to share them with you when we get to them!