Free is always fun!

Want some free alphabet cards?  Here are some super cute ones from Homemade by Jill.  You can use these the traditional way of holding them up and saying the letter name and sound or you could:

  • Print two copies and play Memory/Concentration
  • Use them to play wordless (letterless, really!)
  • Play “Go Fish” (you’d need four copies)
  • Play “Old Maid” (you’d need to print some other card, maybe a period or question mark, for the old maid card)
  • Sort out the vowels and consonants
  • Find the letters of your child’s name
  • Think up other things that make the same letter sounds
  • Draw one card at a time and have your child practice writing that letter with sidewalk chalk or bath paint

Print these on card stock and see if you can get them laminated at your local teacher store or Kinko’s.  If you plan on really using them for games, the extra cost for the laminate will make it worth it in the end.

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