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Letter E Activities

Instructor: Christopher Muscato

Chris has a master's degree in history and teaches at the University of Northern Colorado.

To build literacy skills, it can be helpful for students to work through the alphabet one letter at a time. These activities are all focused around the letter E.

Letter E Activities

Students can gain a lot from studying the alphabet one letter at a time. These activities focus on the letter E and give students creative chances to think about where this letter appears in language, as well as the sounds associated with it. These activities are intended for students in early-mid elementary school but are also designed to be easily adaptable for different grades and literacy levels.

Bubble-Letter Worksheets

Provide students with a set of worksheets. On each page, there should be one sentence containing several words with the letter E. The sentence should be written in bubble letters or block letters. Students will go through the worksheet and try to find all the E's. They will color in the upper-case E's with one color, and fill in the lower-case e's with a different color. Below that, students will draw the scene that is described in the sentence. Practice saying these sentences aloud as a class so students can say/hear the different sounds associated with the letter E.

  • Materials: Bubble-letter worksheets, writing and coloring supplies

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