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Alphabet STEM and Fine Motor Development (Self-Paced Class)

Kristen Keenan
Average rating:4.8Number of reviews:(189)
In this self-paced class, students will develop fine motor skills through STEM activities while learning about letter sounds and formation.

Class experience

US Grade Preschool - Kindergarten
54 lessons//9 Weeks
 Week 1
Lesson 1
Letter A
Introduction to the letter A.
Lesson 2
Letter A Continued
Letter A formation and STEM activity.
Lesson 3
Letter B
Introduction to the letter B.
Lesson 4
Letter B Continued
Letter B formation and STEM activity.
Lesson 5
Letter C
Introduction to the letter C.
Lesson 6
Letter C Continued
Letter C formation and STEM activity.
 Week 2
Lesson 7
Letter D
Introduction to the letter D.
Lesson 8
Letter D Continued
Letter D formation and STEM activity.
Lesson 9
Letter E
Introduction to the letter E.
Lesson 10
Letter E Continued
Letter E formation and STEM activity.
Lesson 11
Letter F
Introduction to the letter F.
Lesson 12
Letter F Continued
Letter F formation and STEM activity.
 Week 3
Lesson 13
Letter G
Introduction to the letter G.
Lesson 14
Letter G Continued
Letter G formation and STEM activity.
Lesson 15
Letter H
Introduction to the letter H.
Lesson 16
Letter H Continued
Letter H formation and STEM activity.
Lesson 17
Letter I
Introduction to the letter I.
Lesson 18
Letter I Continued
Letter I formation and STEM activity.
 Week 4
Lesson 19
Letter J
Introduction to the letter J.
Lesson 20
Letter J Continued
Letter J formation and STEM activity.
Lesson 21
Letter K
Introduction to the letter K.
Lesson 22
Letter K Continued
Letter K formation and STEM activity.
Lesson 23
Letter L
Introduction to the letter L.
Lesson 24
Letter L Continued
Letter L formation and STEM activity.
 Week 5
Lesson 25
Letter M
Introduction to the letter M.
Lesson 26
Letter M Continued
Letter M formation and STEM activity.
Lesson 27
Letter N
Introduction to the letter N.
Lesson 28
Letter N Continued
Letter N formation and STEM activity.
Lesson 29
Letter O
Introduction to the letter O.
Lesson 30
Letter O Continued
Letter O formation and STEM activity.
 Week 6
Lesson 31
Letter P
Introduction to the letter P.
Lesson 32
Letter P Continued
Letter P formation and STEM activity.
Lesson 33
Letter Q
Introduction to the letter Q.
Lesson 34
Letter Q Continued
Letter Q formation and STEM activity.
Lesson 35
Letter R
Introduction to the letter R.
Lesson 36
Letter R Continued
Letter R formation and STEM activity.
Lesson 37
How to Make Rainbow Treats Part 1
Making rainbow treats.
Lesson 38
How to Make Rainbow Treats Part 2
Making rainbow treats continued.
 Week 7
Lesson 39
Letter S
Introduction to the letter S.
Lesson 40
Letter S Continued
Letter S formation and STEM activity.
Lesson 41
Letter T
Introduction to the letter T.
Lesson 42
Letter T Continued
Letter T formation and STEM activity.
Lesson 43
Letter U
Introduction to the letter U.
Lesson 44
Letter U Continued
Letter U formation and STEM activity.
 Week 8
Lesson 45
Letter V
Introduction to the letter V.
Lesson 46
Letter V Continued
Letter V formation and STEM activity.
Lesson 47
Letter W
Introduction to the letter W.
Lesson 48
Letter W Continued
Letter W formation and STEM activity.
Lesson 49
Letter X
Introduction to the letter X.
Lesson 50
Letter X Continued
Letter X formation and STEM activity.
 Week 9
Lesson 51
Letter Y
Introduction to the letter Y.
Lesson 52
Letter Y Continued
Letter Y formation and STEM activity.
Lesson 53
Letter Z
Introduction to the letter Z.
Lesson 54
Letter Z Continued
Letter Z formation and STEM activity.
- Students will be able to identify pictures that correspond with letter sounds.
- Students will be able to trace and properly form upper and lowercase letters using a variety of methods.
- Students will be able to improve fine motor skills by completing STEM challenges.
I have been a NY state certified elementary teacher for over 20 years including holding certification in Students with Disabilities.
A list of needed STEM supplies and the featured letters will be posted in the classroom at the start of each week along with any handouts for the lessons.

Although not needed for every week, some STEM supplies needed throughout the flex class include:
- Glue
- Scissors
- Crayons or colored pencils
- Construction paper
- Cotton balls
- Toothpicks
- Yarn
- Pipe cleaners (chenille stems)
- Tissue paper
- Aluminum foil
- Mini marshmallows
- Container of coins
- Building blocks (can be Legos)
- Uncooked spaghetti and macaroni
- Cereal such as Apple Jacks, Fruit Loops, and Cheerios
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Young children may need help and guidance when using scissors or assembling some of the projects depending on the activity.  Some activities involve following directions for a recipe, so they may need assistance with the measuring, pouring, and mixing of ingredients.
Average rating:4.8Number of reviews:(189)
Hi, my name is Mrs. Keenan, and I have been an educator since 2002. I hold NY State certifications for PreK-6th grade and for Students with Disabilities. My Master’s degree focused on inclusion and differentiated instruction.  In addition to being... 
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