Just print on card stock, laminate and cut, and you are all set!
Use them to decorate the classroom, play beginning and ending sounds games, alphabetize them, use them to play I Spy games, count the syllables in them, and come up with your own games!
The cards are great for conversation starters or for writing prompts.. Encourage the students to come up with their own words for spring. How about with S? Spring, spring showers, and sprout. G? Grass and green. Empty cards at the end give students an opportunity to make their own.
There are 52 cards, with 26 letter cards, and 26 corresponding picture cards.
The letter Cards provide great opportunity to play I spy games and vocabulary extension practices for spring. For example, letter E card shows Earth’s Day, as well as Easter eggs. The picture card for E has a picture of Easter and is labeled as such.
Please look at the end for a complete listing of the letter cards.
I would love to hear how you use them in your classroom!