If your kiddos like cars this may be just the game to help them practice matching the alphabet. The goal of the game is to successfully match upper and lowercase letters together. Older children will enjoy the challenge of matching lowercase to uppercase letters. Younger children will find it easier to match only uppercase letters.
Page 1: This is the title page. I like to mount this page to the front of the file
folder so I can locate it quickly.
Page 2: This is page 2. I like to mount this page the back of the file folder for
Pages 3 & 4: These are the pages that are used for the game board. These
can be mounted directly into the middle of the folder.
Pages 5 through 7: These are the game pieces.
Once all the pages have been mounted to the file folder and the game pieces have been trimmed it would be a good idea to cover them in clear contact paper, or laminate them. This will help to prolong the life of the game
Additional uses: The game boards can be laminated and used as literacy mats. Additional copies of the letter signs may be made to use in literacy centers to spell out related words, the children’s names, or to practice placing the letters in alphabetically order. The game pieces could also be glued to pieces of construction paper (so the children cannot see the letter through the back) to make a standard matching game. Children could use these cards to match upper to upper, or upper to lower in small groups.
Thank you and have fun learning.