26 Hello Kitty Alphabet Coloring Pages
Coloringpagesfortoddlers.com – The letter is a medium of information between people, to know each other, share experiences, share information, correspondence, and so on. Everybody adores to have something personalized, especially those people who have unusual names that usually don’t appear on store-bought objects that only feature run of the mill names. If you’d like a personalized coloring page with your name – you could always try these hello kitty coloring pages – featuring coloring pages with the western alphabet letters A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,I,J,K,L,M,N,O,P,Q,R,S,T,U,V,QW,X,Y and the last letter Z, these personalized coloring pages might just make you happy. The letter itself can be colored in and you have to admit that Hello Kitty looks pretty cute holding that flower for you.
In addition to, Hello Kitty alphabet coloring pages can use as a medium to recognize some letters for toddlers, the ages of 2 and ,3 and can identify most letters between 4 and 5. This means that you can start teaching alphabet by using these coloring pages. After Your child knows the letters and sounds, but what comes next. To know if your child is ready to move on from the alphabet, you can do a quick assessment. Mix up alphabet letters and point to one. Have your child recite the letter name sound. It’s one thing for a child to know the alphabet letters in order, and another thing when all the letters are mixed around. One thing to be careful of is when you teach children the letter sounds, make sure you don’t add the sound ‘-uh’ to the end! For example, ‘d’ shouldn’t sound like ‘duh.’
Making words with just a few letters is a great way to work with letter sounds. Start with two or three letters your child knows really well and show how you can rearrange them to make words. You can even use made-up words! For example, if you use the letters S-A-M, you can make the words ‘sam’ ‘mas’ ‘ams’. Or keep the ‘-at’ together and put new consonants in front of it to create new words like ‘bat’, ‘hat’, ‘rat’, and more!.
One other way to practice making words is with your child’s name. Give the child letter cards for the letters in their name and have them arrange the letters to spell their name.
The History of Alphabets
The original alphabet was developed by a Semitic people living in or near Egypt.* They based it on the idea developed by the Egyptians, but used their own specific symbols. It was quickly adopted by their neighbors and relatives to the east and north, the Canaanites, the Hebrews, and the Phoenicians. The Phoenicians spread their alphabet to other people of the Near East and Asia Minor, as well as to the Arabs, the Greeks, and the Etruscans, and as far west as present day Spain. The letters and names on the left are the ones used by the Phoenicians. The letters on the right are possible earlier versions. If you don’t recognize the letters, keep in mind that they have since been reversed (since the Phoenicians wrote from right to left) and often turned on their sides!
The history of the alphabet started in ancient Egypt. By 2700 BCE Egyptian writing had a set of some 22 hieroglyphs to represent syllables that begin with a single consonant of their language, plus a vowel (or no vowel) to be supplied by the native speaker. These glyphs were used as pronunciation guides for logograms, to write grammatical inflections, and, later, to transcribe loan words and foreign names.
26 Hello Kitty Alphabet Coloring Pages
To print the image that shows the initial of your name, click on it and the picture will open nice and big – this is a huge, high quality coloring page that would even print well on A3 – never mind A4. So click on your initial and when the pic opens bigger just either print it or save it to your PC.
So, with these files, you can proudly say that you can educate kids how to identify alphabets and how to sound. Hello Kitty coloring pages printable awaits you to display them in their school bag.