Augusta students swat letters, not flies

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Kindergarten students in Debbie Eshler’s Reading Intervention class at Augusta Elementary have been busy working with letter recognition.  For this activity, students were given various letters to look for on posters that were hung on the wall. When students found each letter, they “swatted” it with their flyswatters (only used for school activities!) and were ready for the next letter. Students worked hard to swat the letters and demonstrate their identification skills. This was a fun way to help students practice identifying the letters while the teacher was able to document letters that needed extra practice.  Students pictured (left to right) are: Jullian Bland, Riley Hooper, and Alivia Ellenbaugh.
Kindergarten students in Debbie Eshler’s Reading Intervention class at Augusta Elementary have been busy working with letter recognition.
For this activity, students were given various letters to look for on posters that were hung on the wall. When students found each letter, they “swatted” it with their flyswatters (only used for school activities!) and were ready for the next letter. Students worked hard to swat the letters and demonstrate their identification skills. This was a fun way to help students practice identifying the letters while the teacher was able to document letters that needed extra practice.
Students pictured (left to right) are: Jullian Bland, Riley Hooper, and Alivia Ellenbaugh.