Lowercase Letter Recognition Game Boards

Lowercase Letter Recognition Game Boards
Lowercase Letter Recognition Game Boards
Lowercase Letter Recognition Game Boards
Lowercase Letter Recognition Game Boards
Lowercase Letter Recognition Game Boards
Lowercase Letter Recognition Game Boards
Lowercase Letter Recognition Game Boards
Lowercase Letter Recognition Game Boards
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(35 MB|72 total; 69 usable)
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  1. Check out this bundle of game boards designed to support your preschool, kindergarten, or struggling students. There is a set for recognizing lowercase letters and another for identifying the sounds heard at the beginning of named pictures and associating those sounds with the corresponding written
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This resource includes two sets of 26 lowercase letter game boards designed to support your preschool, kindergarten, or struggling students as they learn to recognize letters. These partner games focus on providing repetitive practice with recognizing a single letter.

Use this activity in your small guided, intervention, and resource groups or as an independent center. Provide individualized practice for your students.

The goal is to recognize and name the target letter when it is presented with two other distracter letters. It should not be difficult to discriminate between the target and distracter letters (i.e. b, m, and u are presented not b, p, and d). It is not necessary for students to recognize the distracter letters. The response is simply b or not b!

Each game board is in the shape of the target letter. A key word picture representing the corresponding initial consonant (except x which is final) or short vowel sound is also on each game mat. Click here to find free sets of Letter/ Sound Picture Cards with the same key words.

The black and white game boards also have a traceable letter on the mat. The spinner is part of the game board. These can be printed on paper and consumed.

The color game boards have only the key word picture added. The spinners (color or black/ white) are separate. These can be printed on card stock and laminated for durability and reuse.

This resource was crafted by Judy, a teacher with a master’s degree and more than 35 years of teaching experience.

This resource includes 69 usable pages:

  • 2 pages teacher information
  • 26 pages color game boards
  • 7 pages color spinners (4 per page)
  • 7 pages black/ white spinners (4 per page)
  • 26 pages black/ white game boards
  • 1 page black/ white spinners- m & w

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Log in to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Demonstrate basic knowledge of one-to-one letter-sound correspondences by producing the primary sound or many of the most frequent sounds for each consonant.
Recognize and name all upper- and lowercase letters of the alphabet.
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