PREMIUM RESOURCE | FONT OPTION: The Bundle provides a selection of fun independent activities for students to learn practice and review the letters of the alphabet.The value for money Alphabet Games Bundle allows teachers to set up six sequential games supporting alphabet learning. The BUNDLE includes: Alphabet Card Games Lowercase and Uppercase Letters, A-Z Picture Tiles, Alphabet Picture Bingo and Alphabet Fitness Activity Cards. The Alphabet Card Games show lowercase and uppercase letters with a matching initial sound picture. Students play independent card games such as Memory, Snap, and Go Fish or create their own game. The Alphabet Picture Tiles are a multi-purpose resource ideal for sorting activities to build letter-sound-word knowledge. Alphabet Bingo is a traditional game using letter name and sound match to a corresponding image. Alphabet Fitness Activity Cards includes twenty-six physical activity tasks. Each activity is related to a letter of the alphabet.
SMART RESOURCE | FONT OPTION: Choose the Letter of the Day and start the day with ABC Fitness. The resource contains twenty-six physical activity ideas. Each activity is related to a letter of the alphabet. A fun way to learn, practice and review each letter through fitness activities; especially for kinaesthetic learners. The teaching materials include a set of small activity cards, medium A5 activity title cards, large A4 activity cards, and an ABC poster. The cards suit individual, small group and rotational class activities. The activities are an excellent way to integrate English into Health and Physical Education Curriculum Learning Area. (Resource also comes with white background. Ref: 1-00036)
FREE | FONT OPTION: The alphabet tiles include three groups: uppercase and lowercase letters, lowercase letters and uppercase letters. The letter tiles can be matched, sorted or placed into alphabetical order. A simple independent activity to revisit and revise alphabet learning.
PREMIUM RESOURCE | FONT OPTION: Alphabet cards show uppercase letters with a matching initial sound picture. Students play independent card games such as Memory, Snap, and Go Fish or create their own game. This is a great resource to learn and practice the alphabet letters and sounds through play.