Here are the cards for the letters my daughter explained about in the prior post. You can print fronts and backs.
I like to teach the lower case letters first because that is what we see most.
The hard ones are the d, b, p and q. I have learned that putting a small capital B in the corner so they can look if they don't remember. I teach them so young that they can't tell the difference. As they mature and learn right from left they will eventually be able to distinguish. Don't ever pressure them to tell the difference, just say "Oh, this one has the circle part first so it must be the d." or "Look the line is first so it must be a b." When they start reading words I still have to prompt them by saying a quiet b or d sound when I show them a word, or have a capital B or D on the card.
Teaching the children the letters this way is so much fun and they can learn all the letters before their 3rd birthday. This is actually the easiest time to teach them. They just think this is a game you are playing.
I am the grandmother. I have five adult children that I homeschooled. I have 22 1/8 grandchildren. My three daughters homeschool their children. I live in Texas and none of my children live near us. So I teach Spanish classes to some of my grandchildren over the phone and internet. I love to teach Spanish so I teach groups of homeschooled children here also. I love to teach young children to read. I have taught eleven of my grandchildren to read. I also love teaching writing and am teaching some writing classes to homeschoolers here this year. In fact, I love teaching almost anything.
I am the youngest in our family. I was homeschooled until I went to 10th grade public school. I graduated from Brigham Young University in Elementary Education. I plan on homeschooling my children in both English and Spanish.