Cut the boxes apart on the lines to use as letter cards in making words activities.
Give students letter magnets, tiles, beans, rocks, etcetera and have them match them to a mat. For example, give the students the lowercase letter tiles and have them match them to the uppercase letters alphabet game mat.
Print each mat on a different color to distinguish which mat is which.
Use the blank mat to have students use letter magnets, tiles, beans, rocks, etcetera to put the alphabet in correct order.
Print the game mats on cardstock and laminate them to promote longevity. These can then be used at centers or as small group activity.
Enlarge and laminate a game mat at a local printing company or education agency. Use as an anchor chart and poster. Enlarge and laminate another game mat and cut out the boxes on the lines. Using tape, students can match letters to their coordinating box as a small group or whole group activity.
Time students on how long it take them to match letters or put the letters in order. See if students can beat their time!
Using an enlarged version of the game mats, have a relay race and time the students! Challenge them to beat their time!