Do your students know the difference between upper and lower case letters?
Use this set of Alphabet Cards to help teach and reinforce upper and lower case letters/sounds.
This set has 52 cards with each letter having an upper case card and a lower case card plus a cute graphic and word.
Use them to play games such as Fish, Memory and Snap OR use them as an assessment tool to see if students can identify both upper and lower case letters/sounds.
Once printed and cut, each card measures 14.5cm high and 10.5cm wide.
The cards contain the following pictures/words:
A - Ant, a - apple
B - Books, b - banana
C - Cat, c - cake
D - Dog, d - dice
E - Eggs, e - elephant
F - Fish, f - flower
G - gate, g - guitar
H - Hat, h - hay
I - Igloo, i - insects
J - Jam, j - jellyfish
K - Kite, k - kettle
L - Lion, l - ladder
M - Milk, m - monkey
N - Net, n - nurse
O - Orange, o - octopus
Q - Queen, q - question
R - Rocket, r - rabbit
S - Seesaw, s - sun
T - Tap, t - turtle
U - Umpire, u - umbrella
V - Vase, v - violin
W - Walrus, w - watermelon
X - X-Ray, x - xylophone
Y - Yak, y - yo-yo
Z - Zip, z - zebra
Fast Phonological Awareness Fillers
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