Have the student match the upper-case letters to the lower-case letters. Have the student match the pictures to the letters, or have the student match upper-case, lower-case, and pictures together. Also, use these letter cards for beginning spelling or learning alphabetic order.
This activity is great at the beginning of the year when the students are just learning about letter sounds and identifying letters. This is also great for remediation or just as a refresher later in the year. Also, use this activity as a hands-on assessment of letter sounds and upper-case/lower-case letter match.
This activity can be used in several different ways. It can be given as a cut-and-paste worksheet where the student matches and glues the picture and letters on a poster. It can be made into a file folder activity (you may have to split the alphabet in half to make it work this way). Use it as a homework activity, or laminate the cards and let students use them in a center or when they finish their class work early.
This activity includes upper-case letters, lower-case letters, a picture for the beginning sound of each letter. The pictures include: axe, bag, can, door, eggs, fan, goat, hat, igloo, jar, kite, light, mouse, nest, octopus, pot, queen, run, sun, tooth, up, van, window, x-ray, yo-yo, and zebra.
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