Alphabet Beginning Sounds Cover Up! Game

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Alphabet Beginning Sounds Cover Up! Game

Free Alphabet Game for Google Slides. Perfect for introducing preschoolers and kindergarteners to beginning sounds!

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    1. We do have it set up that way, but we still get questions about it, so we just repeat the information. 🙂

  1. Thank you very much ! Your designs and creativity are great contribution to the learning of my Preschool students.

  2. I love all of your stuff! thank you so much for sharing them. I have a question, Is there a way to put a link to these virtual google slides onto our virtual classroom?

  3. Hi every time I try to download the Google slide file it asks me to enter my email to get the printable and there is no link to get the Google slides format. Can you please tell me what I am doin wrong. Thank you

    1. Yes, you do need to enter your e-mail each time simply because the activities are delivered via e-mail. The Google Slides version is on the 2nd page of your download. Hope that helps!

  4. I really ❤️ your google slides. The kids love them to. What’s the difference between google slides and seesaws Thank You for the freebie. That are great since school is close.

  5. Hello, I would love to download these great resources, however, when I click on the “get activity” box, I only get the printables. I would love some help.

    1. The printable you are seeing is just a preview of the activity. If you close out your web browser and go to the Google Slides website, or open the Google Slides app on your iPad you will be able to access the activity that way. For some visuals and more detailed instructions check out our Google Slides Tutorials found on our Digital Resources page!

    1. When the activity is opened in the web browser it is showing you a preview of the activity. If you close out your web browser and go to the Google Slides website, or open the Google Slides app on your iPad you will be able to access the activity that way and it will open in “edit” mode. For some visuals and more detailed instructions check out our Google Slides Tutorials found on our Digital Resources page!

  6. Just wanted to double check that you are okay with these activities being posted on google classroom for student use as long as we make a copy. I don’t want to violate copyrights! Thanks

  7. I am having trouble with finding the activities in seesaw. i click on the seesaw link and it opens my seesaw activity library, but the activity is not there. I love your activities and know that my kids and parents would enjoy them. Any help you can give me will be greatly appreciated.
    thanks for everything you do and all the support you extend during these crazy times!!

    1. When you click on the Seesaw link it should open Seesaw and give you an option in a blue box you can click on that says “Save Activity”. This should add it to your library. You may also first want to make sure you are signed into Seesaw on your iPad app or on the website if you are using a computer!

  8. I would love to use this with my low kinder students and I know another teacher who would love to use it with her Pre-K students. I really appreciate your letting us use them in a secure environment however our district will only allows the use of At-Home Learning activities with the heading Monthdate.K.ELAR-Title for our Seesaw assignments. I do not want to violate copyright so if this a problem I will not use it this year and will only use it next when I can have my student use it in class without the At-Home Learning designation. Thank you for all that you are doing. I love your activities.

    1. You are welcome to change the title for your students, but it needs to be ONLY shared with your students and not publicly.

  9. Hi Kim, I have saved a copy to my Google Drive, but it will only open in present mode. When I click on the dropdown arrow on the “present” button, there is no option to change it to edit mode. the same thing is happening for rainbow bears sorting and ten frames google slides – this is on the initial opening of the files,
    Any thoughts or ideas?
    Thanks,
    -Becky Suhre

    1. When the activity is opened initially in the web browser it is showing you a preview of the activity and you will not be able to interact with it yet. If you close out your web browser and go to the Google Slides website, or open the Google Slides app on your iPad you will be able to access the activity that way and it will open in “edit” mode. For some visuals and more detailed instructions check out our Google Slides Tutorials found on our Digital Resources page!

  10. Using Google slides will be another new experience for me! Once I make a copy for each student will I be able to see what they have done to assess learning? Thank you so much for this resource!

    1. When your students are finished completing the activity they can click “Share” and share it back to you if you would like to see what they have done to assess their learning. You could also assign the activity on Google Classroom and they can submit the assignment when they are finished completing the activity.

  11. Hi I am a special educator for preK and K and these activities will definitely help my kids as they work online

    1. When the activity is initially opened in the web browser it is showing you a preview of the activity and you will not be able to interact with it yet. If you close out your web browser and go to the Google Slides website, or open the Google Slides app on your iPad you will be able to access the activity that way and it will open in “edit” mode. For some visuals and more detailed instructions check out our Google Slides Tutorials found on our Digital Resources page!

  12. Thank you so much for having these resources out here. This is my first time using google classroom and your slides are allowing me to continue teaching my preschoolers and expand my own creativity by building my own. I am very much a hands-on, theatrical, and multiple skills in one activity teacher. The bright colors and hands-on movement has kept my students excited and interested in learning.

  13. Hello! I am a Youth Services Librarian looking for virtual learning opportunities for my youngsters. I work primarily with kids ages 0-8. Would it be alright to share some of your products with them in a virtual learning environment? Thank you for your time! Your work is fantastic!

    1. Yes, you can share them in a secure virtual learning environment, to which the public does not have access.

  14. I just want to thank you for doing everything you do. You make my life so much easier. I love the google slides.

  15. I cannot thank you enough for creating such wonderful activities.
    They will be a tremendous help to me and fantastic resources for my TK kiddos.

  16. Hi there, Is there a way to ‘lock’ the movable pictures to make it easier on the little fingers?
    Thanks in advance

  17. I am excited what you have for preschoolers that I can adapt for my students with Special Needs!

  18. Do you know if these can be uploaded onto Schoology? If so, could you share the steps? Would I need to only add the link to my resources 1 time?

  19. Can you tell me where to access step by step instructions for using your Google Slides. My laptop uses Google Chrome. Our school’s on-line lessons/activities are placed in Canvas. If needed, I can eMail my students (one at a time) files. I just haven’t a clue as to where these files would be stored in my computer when I download your link, nor which app is needed to open the files and to make things work. They look like PowerPoint to me.

    They look super and I really want to use them for my students

    1. You will not store these activities on your computer. They must be stored in Google Drive. Make a copy for each child and click “Share” in the upper right hand corner of each file to get a link to send the activity to your students. Make sure that it says “anyone with a link can EDIT” and then send the link to your students via Canvas. Each student needs to have access to a free Google Drive account as well.

    1. Simply click on the pictures to see the activities. Then enter your e-mail where it says “Get your printable here” and the activities will be sent directly to your e-mail. 🙂

  20. Hi! Your activities are awesome, and just what teachers need during this distance learning time. I am able to download and make a copy of the activities but they don’t save to my drive. Do you know why? Thanks!

    1. I have not experienced that issue, so it may be a permissions issue within your Google Drive. You can check their help documentation or send them a support request.

  21. I am sending my EC students a weekly google slideshow with videos and activity suggestions. Would I be able to include one of these activities or would it not work in present mode?

    1. You will need to make a copy for each of your students and send it to them separately. These activities are not interactive in present mode.

  22. Letter Aa has a huge star that I cannot make smaller. The other star is not clear. Am I missing a step. I really like this, too! I am not very good with anything digital, so any help is very welcomed.

    1. Someone edited the master file. I have corrected it and if you reopen the file from the link, it should work.

  23. I am able to download and make a copy but unclear on how to open it in “edit” mode. Can you provide instructions on how to do this? Thank you for sharing!

    1. Hi Jan, The file automatically opens in “edit” mode. You would just want to be careful (and also the children) to not switch it to ‘present’ mode using the button in the upper right corner.