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FREE highlight a letter visual perceptual worksheets

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There are 2 activity mats for each letter:

-Students cover the focus letter (pictured in the left-hand corner of each mat) throughout the grid. If you don’t have clear, plastic chips, slip the activity mat into a plastic sleeve and let students use dry-erase markers to highlight the letters.

-This activity sheet can be used as a follow-up to the activity mat or can be used independently. Students use a highlighter to find the focus letter throughout the grid. Then, they practice writing the focus letter in upper- and lower-case.

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