Upper and lower case letters are in a race! Who will win??
• Use a letter dice, or stick the corresponding letter on all sides of the dice (6 uppercase, and 6 lowercase). Ie: If your letter is "Aa," stick 6 A's and 6 a's on the dice to cover all sides. You can use alphabet stickers for this, or wrap it in a label sticker and print the letters on. Another option, would be to place equal amount of upper and lower case (ie:"A" and "a") letter cards into a bag, and draw them after each turn, rather than rolling a dice.
• If the dice lands on the uppercase letter, students will print that letter in a box under the uppercase. If it lands on the lowercase letter, they will print the lowercase letter in the corresponding space.
• You can set a timer to see how many they can get in designated amount of time, and the whichever letter has the most spaces filled out is the winner. Or;
• You can let them work until one of the letters has all it’s spaces filled. This letter is the winner.
• This activity is great when used in a center, or for extra practice with letter recognition and printing.
Note: This file includes all 26 letters of the alphabet.