Letter Identification | Five in a Row Game

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This engaging Letter Identification game is perfect for your kindergarten and first graders who are learning to recognize uppercase and lowercase letters. They will LOVE identifying letters and marking them "out" on their recording sheet, while trying to get a sequence of five letters in a row identified. AND you can never have too many ways to practice and teach letter identification. This is a great activity to have in your arsenal that your students will ask for again and again. Five in a Row is also a great game to play in a whole group or small group.


*Alphabet board games - Capital and Lowercase- 3/page

*4 decks of letter cards

*All contents come in COLOR and B&W versions

Also, now included are various sets of letter cards so you can play this game in FOUR DIFFERENT WAYS to zero in on student needs:

*matching uppercase to uppercase letters,

*matching lowercase to lowercase letters,

*matching uppercase to lowercase letters,

*and finally matching lowercase to uppercase letters.


*Print the gameboards and cut in thirds so each student gets a board.

*Consider enlarging the gameboards on 11'x17" paper, which then you can cut into thirds. I think this size is just perfect for those students with poor fine motor skills.


*Noncompetitive format so all students win at the same time

*Perfect for whole group, small group, with a peer tutor, with a parent volunteer.

*Easy to differentiate based on the different letter matching skill.


For more great activities for your emergent reader, you won't want to miss these as well:

Letter Arcs- Letter Identification and Beginning Sounds with MINI ERASERS

Letter Recognition Sticky Stix Work Mats

Letter Recognition and Letter Sound Fluency BUNDLE

Letter Size for Neat Handwriting


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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Recognize and name all upper- and lowercase letters of the alphabet.


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