Writing is fun. If you can say the alphabet then you are on the right track with this fun activity.
What you need:
One large piece of writing paper or a note book.
What to do:
First write each letter of the alphabet neatly on your paper underneath each other.
Take a look around your classroom and write down what begins with the letter A.
Look again and write down what begins with the letter B, C, D and so forth until you have done one item for each letter of the alphabet.
When everybody has finished check to see how many students wrote the same item for each letter.
Make a simple bar graph, or other type of graph to indicate how many students wrote the same for each letter.
note-book graph example
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