Your students will have fun practicing their phonetic awareness skills with these fun alphabet activities. Our Alphabet No-Prep Printables Bundle comes from in two versions for maximum versatility!
MATERIALS NEEDED FOR THE COLOR RECOGNITION CARD GAMES:
Card Stock or Scrapbook Paper | Laminating Pouches | Laminator
Games for individual, partner, small group and whole class are included.
Print in color and laminate for a center or print in black and white to use as morning work, take-home or a fast finisher activity. You can also use it as a center if you prefer.
Many of the centers can be used without laminating by simply placing 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.
Interactive Notebooks: Fun interactive notebooks for your students to assemble throughout the year.
Beginning Sound Sorts: Students will distinguish between beginning sounds to sort pictures.
Alphabet Case Sorts: Students will sort letters between uppercase and lowercase with a variety of fonts.
Handwriting practice pages: Students will be introduced to letter formation and be exposed to simple picture supported sentences.
Alphabet I Spy: Students will search for and color in the given letter with a variety of fonts to find a picture (the letter they are working with).
Alphabet Sliders: This interactive activity allows students to create simple picture-supported sentences to build phonetic awareness of the given letter.
Alphabet Spin & Cover: Students will work independently or in pairs to spin & cover uppercase & lowercase fonts in a variety of fonts.
Alphabet Uppercase Letter Puzzles: Students will put together simple puzzles for each letter to build letter recognition and letter formation awareness.
Alphabet Sticky Letters Students will attach pictures to the correct letters while saying the name of the picture out loud to build phonetic awareness. You can use multiple letters at once to create a need for sorting according to beginning sound.