3 Letter G Coloring Pages – Easy Download!
Letter G, here we come! The letter G is fun to teach! Not sure if you realize this, but, students frequently get confused because it is like there are 2 lower case g letters. We always advise to explicitly point this out to students and show them that there are different fonts. This is so confusing to little readers! We explicitly teach the confusing fonts in our carousel alphabet… Upper case letters are on top, lower case letters on the bottom of the carousel and then if there is a confusing font, the animal is holding the confusing font letter. You can see our carousel alphabet here:
Before we begin, here are a few books that I recommend to help you teach the Beginning Sound Letter G.
Goldilocks and the Three BearsGoldie Socks and the Three LibeariansThe Three Billy Goats Gruff (Paul Galdone Classics)The Giving TreeGo, Dog Go (I Can Read It All By Myself, Beginner Books)Grumpy GoatGregory, the Terrible Eater
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This is such a great printable! And what better color to color in the picture with than…GREEN? :p Thanks for sharing this at Welcome Home Wednesday!
Love that! Green letter g coloring page!
Great material and ideas