This little game is an actual process that I use to teach letters students have still not mastered. Each student has a deck of cards that are placed face down. You say, "One, two, three, SPLAT!" Students pick up and name cards as quickly as they can while you watch and make notes. If a card is unknown it goes into your practice basket. You work with the student together on the unknown letter pile, then insert in the deck and go again! As students master letters, the teacher records them on the bat card. When the card is full, or all letters are mastered, students earn the card for trade in on a prize, extra center time...you determine the incentive. There are recording sheets, tracing cards (for students who need additional letter shape support), splat cards, and bat cards (incentive cards). This system works for individual intervention instruction the best, but you may choose to use it during small groups to help your struggling students practice. I love this game!