Dr Seuss Alphabet Match Free. What a great way to get the kids identifying and matching their letters than with a Dr. Seuss fun filled letter matching activity! It’s essential that kids know the sounds of the alphabet as well as identifying their matching uppercase and lowercase letters. They need plenty of practice on those skills!
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These activities will work well with these fun Alphabet Before, After and in Between cards.
These cards are so easy to prepare!
I like reviewing the alphabet orally first to get the kids practising their sounds, some kids will still struggle with matching the sounds to the correct letter and I find that ESL students find that part the most difficult. A good way to get them revising this is to give them plenty of practice! These fun cards will get kids working in groups as they sound out their letters!
- A4 paper
- colored printer
Once the long Dr. Seuss cards are placed in a pile on the table, the kids will choose one card at a time. They should identify is the Dr. Seuss card is an uppercase or lowercase letter. They then pick a card from the smaller sized cards and match the letter onto the correct Seuss card. Make sure you walk around and see if they’re doing these correctly! Here are some FREE football themed cards with basic uppercase and lowercase letter matching cards.
Here are some matched up cards:
Tiny Treasures recently tagged me in a post on how she used these SUPER fun cards in her sensory bin, and with her tracing tray.
Here are some of her pictures, she has some amazing ways she used plenty of different activities during Dr Seuss month, you can find her page right here on instagram:
If you have the Dr Seuss alphabet book, you can find it here (aff link). I know some people were asking me about it.
Here’s how she used it with a sensory rice bin. You can use any type of coloured rice in here.
You can also use the cards with a sensory tray for tracing and writing! So easy! Use salt or sugar.
Ready to grab these printable DR Seuss Alphabet matching cards?
Click the link here or on the image to take you to the page where you can download this printable!