Prep work: Print the cards on cardstock or color paper and then laminate them for durability. (I love printing on ASTROBRIGHT. The paper is durable and colorful. https://www.amazon.com/Astrobrights-Spectrum-25-Color-Assortment-80933-01/dp/B01GUUARV0/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&qid=1528923667&sr=8-7&keywords=astrobright )
After printing and laminating, cut and use.
IDEAS FOR USING ALPHABET CARDS
Note to user- How many letters you use for each game varies depending on the age and ability of the children playing the game.
1. Uppercase/lowercase Memory Matching Game- (2 or more players)
2. Sort uppercase and lowercase letters into 2 groups (1 or more players)
3. Sort cards into 2 groups – vowels and consonants. (1 or more players)
4. Work together to arrange the cards in alphabetical order. (1 or more players)
5. Name that letter/letter sound: Have the students take turns drawing a card and naming the letter and/or letter sound. (1 or more players)
6. CVC Word Fun: Choose a word and find the correct letters to assemble for your child. Challenge them to change the word to another by swapping one letter at a time. For example, change "cat" to "cot" to "cop" and so on. (1or more players)
7.Holepunch the cards and store them on a keyring.
8. Use the printable letters to make magnets, by attaching magnet tape to the back. (https://www.amazon.com/Magnefic-Magnetic-magnetic-20x20x2mm-organisation/dp/B01LWOIMJN/ref=sr_1_5?s=office-products&ie=UTF8&qid=1528924025&sr=1-5&keywords=magnet+tape+roll)