Your students will have fun building letter recognition with these fun Alphabet Spin & Cover activities.
Printed in color and laminated, these make great word work centers.
Printed in black and white they make versatile printables that you can use for individual work or centers.
To use as centers without laminating, simply place one of the pages into a protective sleeve such as a page protector, plastic pocket or an unsealed individual laminating pouch. This will allow you to have color without the additional cost of laminating each page.
To use these activities:
Use a pencil and paper clip to create a spinner (or create a fixed spinner on the center activities)
Spin and then cover a letter that matches the type of letter that was spun: uppercase or lowercase.
You can also play this alphabet activity as a partner game by taking turns spinning and covering. No winner is necessary, just plain fun.
If using these as individual printables you can have the students color the circles with crayons or bingo daubers.
For letters with a similar upppercase/lowercase, I have carefully made sure to show the lowercase letters in a smaller font size to differentiate between the two.