Autumn Letter Recognition Center or Whole Group Game

Autumn Letter Recognition Center or Whole Group Game
Autumn Letter Recognition Center or Whole Group Game
Autumn Letter Recognition Center or Whole Group Game
Autumn Letter Recognition Center or Whole Group Game
Autumn Letter Recognition Center or Whole Group Game
Autumn Letter Recognition Center or Whole Group Game
Autumn Letter Recognition Center or Whole Group Game
Autumn Letter Recognition Center or Whole Group Game
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  1. These alphabet recognition games are designed for the pocket chart but can be used on a table top. There are 4 different Where's the _____? games with this bundle. The games can be used for letter recognition or for letter sound recognition. 1. Where's the Acorn: Students must find the acorn hid
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Designed for the pocket chart, Where's the Acorn? is a game for centers or whole group instruction where an acorn is hidden behind a fall leaf. A poem is chanted where the student(s) must say the letter they think the acorn is behind. Once guessed, the letter is removed. If the acorn is behind the fall leaf, then the acorn must be hidden again to play further. If the acorn is not behind the fall leaf, then the poem is chanted again and a new letter is guessed. This game has letters in both capital and lowercase forms.

These cards can also be used as a matching game, where the capital and lowercase cards can be matched.
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16 pages
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