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Monday, November 29, 2021
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6 Quick and Easy Alphabet Games and Activities Using Alphabet Posters

You can incorporate these easy alphabet games into your daily schedule using Alphabet Posters! Turning letter recognition practice into a game is fun for students, engaging, and a great time filler! Alphabet games are a great way to target letter recognition, letter matching, and beginning sounds. Here are 6 quick and easy alphabet games to use in your classroom.

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Find the Alphabet Poster

Target: letter recognition, beginning sounds

Group Size: whole or small group

Set-Up: Hang Alphabet Posters on the wall or on a bulletin board

Directions: Tell students the name of a picture, emphasizing the beginning sound in the word. Have students find the corresponding letter and say it aloud.

Splat the Letter Game

Target: letter recognition

Group Size: small group or individual

Set-Up: Adhere magnets to the backs of small alphabet letters and spread out on the whiteboard, have a fly swatter ready

Directions: Tell the student a letter and have them splat it with a fly swatter.

Sensory Bin Letter Search and Match Activity

Target: letter matching, letter recognition. beginning sounds

Group Size: individual

Set-Up: Create a sensory bin of your choice. Laminate letter and picture circles. If working on letter recognition, make two copies of the letter circles.

Directions: Bury a set of letter cards in a sensory tub and place the matching pictures on the table. Students can search in the tub for the letters and match them to the pictures. Sets of 5-10 work best!

alphabet poster circles

Magnet Letter-Picture Match Game

Target: letter matching, letter recognition, beginning sounds

Group Size: small group or individual

Set-Up: Adhere Magnets on the backs of the letter and picture cards.

Directions: Have students match the letters to the pictures by sticking the pairs together with magnets. Students can work together or individually.

Find Your Match Game

Target: letter recognition, beginning sounds

Group Size: whole or small group

Set-Up: Glue the letter/picture cards on popsicle sticks or adhere magnets to the backs

Directions: Give half of the class letters and the other half of the class the corresponding pictures. Mix the students up and have them walk around the room to find their match.

Write the Room Activity

Target: beginning sounds

Group Size: whole or small group

Set-Up: Tape the letter cards around the classroom. Give each student a copy of the Write the Room Worksheet.

Directions: Have students walk around the room to find the letters. At each letter, students will find the corresponding picture on their worksheet and write the letter in the box.

Check out these Alphabet Posters!

Blue, Teal, and Pink Alphabet Posters

alphabet posters

I hope your students enjoy practicing the alphabet with these fun and easy alphabet games! Thanks for reading!

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