alphabet clip cards
Alphabet clip cards allow children to practice letter discrimination skills independently. This file included THREE sets of alphabet clip cards. Each set includes 26 clip cards. These cards print with black ink. There are four cards per page. Each card is approximately 4 x 5 inches. Students use clothespins to clip the cards at the correct locations.
Three sets of alphabet clip cards allow you to differentiate according to student needs. (View the photo thumbnails to see the three sets.) The sets include:
Set 1: Match uppercase with uppercase letters.
Set 2: Match lowercase with lowercase letters.
Set 3: Match uppercase letters with the appropriate lowercase letters.
This center is designed to support instruction with the kindergarten Common Core Foundational Skill for recognizing and naming all uppercase and lowercase letters of the alphabet. If you teach in the state of Virginia, the same requirement is within the kindergarten English (2010) strand for reading which is standard k.7-a.
Educational clip cards are quick and easy to make. They are excellent learning centers for students. They become self-checking when the appropriate answers are marked on the backs of the cards. Use a highlighter or small stickers to do that. Their preparation is minimal and requires just a few supplies which include cardstock paper, clothespins, scissors, and access to a printer.
If you would like a FREE set of alphabet clip cards for matching uppercase letters with lowercase letters, view this item:
FREE ALPHABET CLIP CARDS