New Year 2023 Letter Activity and Worksheet

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PreK - 1st
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Want to review letter recognition or letter sounds with students your first week of 2023? This fun ABC activity can be played two different ways, making it perfect for whole group, small group or guided reading, and centers on independent practice.

***UPDATED FOR 2023 ON 12/19/22***

There are two different ways to play this fun letter recognition game:

Whole group: Play “Where is the New Year?” Letter ID Game

To prepare: Print, cut out and shuffle the letter cards and place them in a pocket chart. Hide one (or more) 2023 cards behind a letter card.

To play: Students will take turns identifying letters of the cards to try and guess where the New Year is hiding. Once a letter is guessed, you will reveal if the year is behind that letter. If 2023 is not hiding behind the card, you can flip the card over and let another student guess until the 2023 has been found.

Centers or Small Group: Play Flip and Color Letter ID Game

To prepare: Print, cut out, and shuffle the letter cards and place them in a pile face down or in a sensory bin.

To play: Students will draw cards one at a time, identify the letter name (or letter sound) and color that letter in on their 2023 recording sheet.

What is included:

  • Capital Letter Cards A-Z
  • Lowercase Letter Cards A-Z
  • 2020 Cards to Hide and find
  • Capital Letter Recording Worksheet
  • Lowercase Letter Recording Worksheet

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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.


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