HOW TO USE THE CREATIVE STORIES AND DRAMATIZATIONS:
With each dramatic story, exaggerate by tone and facial expressions.
Put your hand over the student's hand and point to the letter, or letters, that the drama emphasizes
Use the letters supplied as manipulatives. Otherwise make or purchase your own.
At no time should the student be allowed to have wandering eyes, or mind, during the time of the storytelling.
STORIES AND DRAMATIZATIONS OF ALPHABET LETTER NAMES:
Using dramatic exaggeration, relate the following stories as the student points to the letters emphasized.
Vee Vee is a baby who likes to make singing noises. (Make high pitched whines to the tune of "Mary Had a Little Lamb.") Sing, Vee Vee, sing!
U and U are twins. They look just alike and they share the same birthday. Mama loves her W (double U)! (Make kissing sounds.)
X X X X X (Pretend like you have a cough and exaggerate a sneeze, making the X sound.)
X-cuse me please!
Y Y Y (why) are you hungry? "I don't know!" Y Y Y are you sleepy? "I don't know!" Y do you ask? Y not?
ZZZZZeeeeeeee ZZZZZZZeeeeeee Here comes the beeeee! (Make the sound and whirl your finger like a bee flying around!) Oh! Oh! The beeee landed on the zeeeeebra's nose!
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