Best Ways to Use ABC Learning Time:
This is a place where anyone can learn to make their letters and numbers
with a new friend named Kat The place to start would be to view the
printable practice sheets located at:
Kat's Very Own Practice Sheets
There are several different sheets and you can print the one(s) best suited
for the student's level of understanding. The sheets can be used alone for
practice if there is not easy access to a computer. If you and the
student have access to a computer then choose the appropriate
practice sheet and learn along with Kat on the computer.
Drawing the ABC's with
Learning to PRINT My Letters or Learning to WRITE My Letters
Choose any letter and Kat shows how to print or write it. Let the student choose
the letters they want to try with Kat. If just starting with their abc's, use the
practice sheet with the dotted letters for practice. Clicking on the "<" arrow
will have Kat drawing a lower case or the small version of the letter.
to identify letters
(Newly revised for 2011)
Kat Would Like to Hear Your ABC's
The student chooses a letter and identifies it. Pass the cursor over
the "?" above Kat to hear the answer. (Note: Very slow on
dial-up service. Recommend using it only if you have
broadband or RoadRunner).
Learning to identify numbers
Learning to Make My Numbers with Kat
Choose any number on the top and Kat will draw it from one
through ten. Choose any bottom number and your student
can practice reciting 11 through 100. Start by choosing
one on the bottom line to get a feel for it.
to tell time
Learning to Tell Time with Kat
Click any number to set the MINUTE hand, then, click
any box to set the HOUR hand. What time is it? Check your
answer with Kat by clicking on his "What time is it?" question.
The games on this site are intended to help reinforce
some of the learning. They can always be solved, it's
just that some players may take longer as they are at
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