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Letter Recognition Game

If you are teaching letter recognition to your kids, grab this free printable Letter Recognition Game!

Playing games like this one is a fun way for your preschoolers and kindergarteners to practice learning the ABC’s.

Your children will not only work on naming capital and lowercase letters but many developmental and social skills too.

Teaching Letter Recognition

This alphabet game can be played with a partner or small group in any elementary classroom or homeschool.

It’s entertaining letter recognition activity to add to your literacy centers or morning tubs.

You can use this game as an enrichment activity for early finishers or as intervention resource too.

How To Use The Letter Recognition Game:

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What’s Included:

  • 26 Capital Letter Cards
  • 26 Lowercase Letter Cards
  • 20 Word Cards

What Else Is Needed:

  • Card Stock
  • Laminator
  • Laminating Pouches
  • Scissors

To set up this letter game for your kids, fill out the form at the bottom of this page.

Learning the ABC's

Next, download and print the cards on card stock. As an option, you can print the yellow star paper on the back of the cards.

Then, laminate the printables and cut the cards apart.

You can store this game in a small bag or box for an easy literacy activity to set up or take on the go.

Ways To Use The Letter Recognition Game:

To play this alphabet game, one player will select a card and say the name of the capital or lowercase letter on it.

Then, the next player will pick a card and identify the letter on it.

All of the players will continue taking turns selecting a card and saying the letter of the alphabet.

When a player picks a word card such as “bam,” “splat,” or “boom.” He or she puts all of his or her cards back into the pile.

The game ends when there aren’t any more cards remaining in the pile. The player with the most cards wins!

Letter Recognition Activity

If your kids already know the names, they can say the sounds that the letters make when they pick a card.

More Letter Recognition Resources for Kids:

If your kids enjoy this activity, they are sure to like these alphabet games too:

These printable letter recognition games will help your kids practice the skills and concepts that they are learning.

Alphabet Game

Why Should Kids Play Alphabet Games?

Playing games makes learning fun! Not only will your children learn and practice concepts like naming the letters of the alphabet.

But, they will also work on social skills such as taking turns, verbal communication, sharing, and much more.

Board and card games help your kids to develop their visual discrimination and fine motor skills too.

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To download the printables for the letter recognition game, fill out the form below:

Laurie

Thursday 7th of April 2022

You come up with so many nice ideas! That’s a fun age to teach!

Thanks for sharing this at the Homestead Blog Hop 386

Laurie Ridge Haven Homestead