Right now, my older son who has autism is working on matching skills with his school and ABA teams. We plan to use these pieces as a file folder game for matching the upper and lowercase letters. I adhered the velcro to the tongue of the frog, and to the back of the fly. My younger son is enjoying feeding the “frog his letter flies”.
You could also use these graphics as a memory game for your more advanced kiddos. These pieces would also work for a year-round alphabet center in preschool and kindergarten classrooms or homeschools!
Simply cut, faux laminate, play, and learn!
We hope you enjoy this free alphabet matching game.
Graphics are courtesy of the ever-generous mycutegraphics.com.
Here’s a few sample pages:
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