I've had lots of requests for my "Name Game" sheet that I use in my kindergarten classroom. I have formatted it for names that are 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, or 9, letters long. These are meant to be "personalized". Teachers write the "Name Game" child's name at the top of the paper on the handwriting spot. The dotted line boxes at the bottom are for you to write the letters of the child's name. These are for the children to cut out, then glue in order. To add difficulty later in the year, I mix these "cut out" letters up, so "Angie" would be "gAnei".
The box at the bottom is for "letters like me". In that box, the child writes any letters that are in their own name that are also in the "Name Game" chid's name.
In my classroom we do one classmate's name each week as part of my daily 5 rotation.
*UPDATED This is an updated version of this product. I had a few people who had trouble with the formatting with the word version of "The Name Game". Instead of typing the child's name and the letters of the child's name, you now write them in before copying them for your class.
Let me know if you have any questions!