New Jazzles Voconics with Updated Alphabet Activities Sheets!
20 Years Teaching Early Literacy.
About the Author Lesley Beth is an educator, writer, composer and artist. She has combined these skills
with her experience of teaching young children, to create
Jazzles Voconics, a rich variety of teacher multimedia resources and activity sheets to
achieve early reading readiness by catering for children's 8 multiple intelligences and all learning style profiles.
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Always Play The Jazzles As Background Music
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Play the Jazzles songs and you will keep the whole class
happily focused and on task!
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A variety of Play-based Alphabet Activities
Used in conjuction with Multimedia Animations and Interactive Games
All Pages Thematically Linked to Jazzles Voconics Animations with 'Matching Captions'
Deliver as an individual printed copy or project
on to an electronic whiteboard. Play the Jazzles
songs as background music while children
complete these activities for automatic practice.
Use Jazzles ACTIVITY Pages to develop:
• Early Reading Skills of Vocabulary, Phonemic
Awareness, Alphabetic Principal, Fluency,
Comprehension and Concepts About Print,
• Early Spelling Skills.
• Fine Motor Skills by cutting, pasting and
• Handwriting Skills.
Note: Jazzles ACTIVITY Pages can be used as an
evaluation tool as well as a hard copy sample of
each child's progress.
Creative Learning Activities:
Full, easy-to-follow guides in each 17 page Lesson Plan!
• Children read, identify, write draw, color,
cut and paste while demonstrating their
knowledge and comprehension.
• Children read the completed worksheet
to the teacher, classmate or parent.
Note: Individual instructions for each activity
are found on the 'cut and paste' sheets.
Multiple 'cut and paste' sheets are contained
on a page.
Alphabet activities include tracing,
cutting out and pasting the pieces in the correct
position on the relevant Alphabet Letter Activity Page.
Where indicated, children follow the instructions on the 'cut and
paste' sections. Children can then be encouraged to
read the completed pages.
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Using the Jazzles Alphabet Activity Sheets.
Some Practical Suggestions
When appropriate, teach some
sight words before starting the activity e.g. "like"
and "love" for the "L" worksheet.
Demonstrate and remind children to correctly form letters when they trace
Play the relevant Jazzles CD letter song while
children are undertaking the activity sheet.
Introduce some 'tactile' variety, for example, try using paints or collage
material to add texture.
When children are finished each activity page:-
a) Encourage children to "read" their
finished activity page.
b) Suggest children draw other focus
letter pictures on the back of each completed page.
c) Use Play Dough or Plasticine to form the focus letter or make
3-D models related to the worksheets e.g. for "e ",
make eggs or for "f " make four fat fish.
d) Write the focus letter or focus initial words using:-
i) Finger or stick in wet sand.
ii) Paint with brush on paper.
iii)Crayons on paper.
iv) Finger paint on paper.
v) Chalk on chalkboard.
vi) Build focus letter words using Lego letters,etc
Some alphabet activities pages require children to
draw their own pictures to match text. Children
should be encouraged to creatively add to each
'completed' sheet before finishing. For example, draw some zoo
animals in the background of the 'Z' activity sheet. Or, on the 'O'
sheet, paint the water around the octopus. For the 'D' worksheet,
suggest using glue and soil to collage the garden areas.
When used in conjunction with Jazzles 'Alphabet
Clever Songs' CD, these Jazzles 'Alphabet Activities Sheets'
provide children with learning opportunities to:-
Develop recognition and recall of sounds/letters of the
Develop the skills to confidently read short
predictable written texts from a familiar Jazzles
'Alphabet Clever Songs' song lyric.
Begin to read with increasing independence and
understanding, making connections between their own knowledge and
experience and the information in the text.
Choose words to label pictures.
Identify: capital/lower case letters, words, word
spaces and a sentence.
Identify full stops and question marks.
Practice letter formation.
Develop fine motor skills.
Draw on an increasing range of skills and strategies
when reading and comprehending texts.