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Reading Readiness: Preschool Alphabet Handprint and Letter/Phonetic Sound Song

In this ongoing art, music, and alphabet/phonics preschool class, we will introduce young children to one letter in each class by making a handprint picture with paint and learning the letter and letter sound with song.
Cindy Cameon, BS Elementary Education
336 total reviews for this teacher
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Completed by 9 learners
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$9 per class
Meets 2x per week
Runs week after week
25 minutes per class
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Washable tempera paint in the color requested each week. Over the course of all weeks we will use red, yellow, white, brown, gray, orange, purple, green, and blue. Each Saturday, the colors needed for the upcoming week will be listed in the classroom. You could easily mix a touch of red with blue to make the purple, etc. in order to purchase fewer colors! You will also need a protected area for the painting portion of the class, a small paint brush to paint the appropriate color on your child’s hand, a painter’s smock or old shirt, heavy paper or appropriate material for the painted product, and markers or colored pencils for details added after the paint dries. You also might want paper towels or wipes nearby. Since an adult will lightly paint the child’s hand and place it on the paper, this is not as messy as it may seem. Better to be prepared, however.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.


Cindy Cameon, BS Elementary Education
Lives in the United States
Lower Elementary School Teacher
336 total reviews
450 completed classes

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Hi there! I'm an experienced teacher with 27 years of teaching under my belt, specializing in lower elementary grades. 
I was recently recognized as an "Outstanding Educator" by Outschool. That means I'm the go-to person for teaching classes... 
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