Alphabet Flash Cards Educational Game

Alphabet Flash Cards are an essential teaching tool to help you teach the alphabet in your classroom.
  • Activity ideas to challenge growing skill levels
  • Handy 7.5cm x 12.5cm size makes cards great for travel
  • Cards feature rounded corners for quick sorting
  • 56 cards
  • Ages 4 & up
  • Sturdy storage box
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Product Code: T23001
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Alphabet Pocket Flash Cards

Pocket Flash Cards make practicing the alphabet fun! Play these educational games alone or with friends. Create your own games, too!

See and Say. Look at each picture and say what it shows. If you aren't sure, remember to ask for help. When you can name them all, you're ready for more games!

Pictures A-Z. Sort the cards into two piles. Each pile should have all the letters of the alphabet. Turn the cards over so the picture side is facing up. Use the pictures to arrange the cards in A-B-C order from left to right in a long line on the floor.

Letters A-Z. Sort the cards into two piles. Each pile should have all the letters of the alphabet. Turn the cards over so the letter side is facing up. Use the letters to arrange the cards in A-B-C order from left to right in a long line on the floor.

What's Missing? Make an A-Z alphabet line with your cards. Close your eyes and ask a friend to take away one card. Open your eyes. Which letter is missing? If you guessed right, give yourself one point. After you scored three, give your friend a turn at guessing!

Alphabet Appetisers. When it comes to learning letters, let snacks get into the act. There is a whole array of alphabet edibles out there, from cereals, crackers and cookies, to soup and pasta. Before each bite disappears, try to match the snack to its corresponding letter. You'll be full of letter knowledge before you know it!

Letter Hunt. Choose a letter from your cards. With an adult, take a stroll through your neighbourhood looking for the letter on your card. How many times can you find the letter? Is it in a shop window, a billboard, or on a license plate? What sound does the special letter give to the words in which it appears? Now take your special letter inside. Can you find it hiding on a cereal box or in a book title? It's sure to appear somewhere in the daily newspaper. Each time the letter is spotted, make a tally mark on a piece of paper. Graph the results for extra fun!

What's in a name? Words are made up of the letters that come from the alphabet. Your name is one of those words. Can you find all of the cards with letters that make up your name? Have an adult help you find letters that make up the names of friends, family members, or pets?

Game play instructions and activities sheets included.