Do your kids love file folder games? Mine sure do! I created this game for Pre-K and Kindergarten aged children. They can use this game to practice matching upper-case letters with the correct lower-case letter.
There are two sets of apples for the lower-case letters. You can choose which one to print, or have your students match both.
Suggestions for use: Paste the apple tree with upper-case letters on the inside of a file-folder. Glue the cover page onto the outside and laminate the entire folder open. Cut out each lower-case letter apple and laminate those as well. Create some sort of pocket to keep the lower-case apples in when the game is not in use.
Thanks for sharing this great contribution! I like your style! I’m new to tpts. I’m a bilingual teacher in Argentina. You can visit my store at http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/store/theenglishgrammarworld you can leave a comment if you wish! I’m your follower number 2515. hugs Hernán Giannini
October 31, 2012
Perfect independent activity for my pre-K homeschooler! Thanks!