Free Printable Alphabetical Order “War” Card Game

It’s Day 15 of the 31 Days of Free Printables for Hands-On learning and I’m super excite to be sharing this free printable alphabetical order ‘War’ card game! I created some alphabetical order war games last year and the response has been tremendous! So I wanted to make a little gift for you, so that you could enjoy some more alphabetical order fun.

free printable alphabetical order 'War' card game

Materials needed for this free printable alphabetical order “War” card game:

Paper and/or card stock (I recommend printing on the white side of scrapbook paper so that the cards are no see-through.)

Laminating pouches

3-4 copies of the Alphabetical Order “War” card game cards

To use:

Print, laminate and cut out the cards.

alphabetical order game

How to play:

Divide cards evenly among two players.

Place cards face down in a stack

Players each turn over one card at the same time

Player with the word that comes FIRST in alphabetical order takes both cards and adds them to the bottom of their pile

In case of tie, each player lays down three cards face down and then turns the third card. First in alphabetical order wins all the cards.

Play continues as time allows or one player runs out of cards

girl alphabetical order game

Extension: Choose ten cards from one set, put them in alphabetical order and

record them on the provided sheet.

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After you’ve fallen in love with this game like we have, you can get more alphabetical order “War” card game sets here. They have been one of my most popular resources for the last year and they specialize in easy-to-read words starting with a CVC reading level and progressing from there to other commonly used words.

Practice alphabetical order with your students as they play this fun alphabetical order "war" card game! Such a fun way to learn!

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  1. My, my, my Kim! I am excited to the moon to have been ‘divinely guided’ to you my dear! I love all of the food activity games!!! Thank you so much for your generosity!

    Is there a way to purchase this a bulk license for this wonderful package of goodies for a preK learning packet I’m putting together for a Work Force Development program for young people 14-18 years old. I want to teach young people the skills for entrepreneurship!

    I have a food education program called The Smarty Pants Chefs.