Links verified 12-23-14
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- Alphabet Goop - Stir the goop and then match what comes out to one of two letters.
- ABC Gulp - Cute Frog game requiring Shockwave. Students listen to what letter Frog wants to eat and chooses the correct letter from a group of letters.
- ABC Introduction - for Pre-school. Introduce child to the letters of the alphabet.
- ABC Ordering - Very good activity that asks what letter comes next with immediate feedback.
- ABC Tracing Pages - These pages allow children to trace the letters to help with the learning process.
- ABCD Watermelon - Listen to the letters and tell what letter comes next.
- Alphabet Bang -Hit a key on the keyboard and hear the letter names (great for preschool).
- Alphabet Bears - Alphabetize the bears.
- Alphabet Countdown - Click on the letters of the alphabet in order in 30 sections!
- Alphabet Match Game - Three games to test child's ability to match capital to lower case letters.
- Alphabet Match - Match capital to small letter. Find the Mommy (or Daddy) Kangaroo for each joey.
- Alphabet Order - Click on the letters in ABC order to correctly stack books.
- Alphabet Tracing Sheets - D'Nealian or Zaner-Bloser styles. Trace letter and color picture. Multiple choices of pictures to choose from for each letter. ( registration required, but it is free )
- Alphabuddies - Groups of crafts designed to help teach children their ABC's.
- Animal Printouts to color and to learn about the animal. Everything from Aardvark to Aye-Aye and that's just the A's. There are hundreds of printouts here. This site also has instructions for using your computer to color. Copy a printout (they have instructions for doing that) and paste it into a painting program (like Paint) and color the animal there.
- Bear Wear - Help Bear get dressed by listening to the letter sound and selecting the shirt that matches the sound.
- Building Blocks to Reading - Activities from A (apple stamping) to Z (zig zag art).
- Create a Reader - Site designed for pre-school and KK students; letters, sounds, numbers, worksheet pages for individual letters, telling time, rhyming, homophones, and more.
- Dictionary - Little Explorers Picture Dictionary with links. Some of the links are pages to color, every entry has a link to a definition. The site also has a link to classroom activities that use Little Explorers.
- English Alphabet - names the letters of the alphabet first, then shows how to write it and a picture to represent the sound.. (This is a British site, beware of the pronunciation of the Z; they pronounce it Zed.)
- Free Alphabet Worksheets - Alphabet worksheets, many styles to select from.
- Memory Match - Match capital to small letters in the concentration game style to reveal a surprise picture. As matches are made they are reinforced on a chalkboard, writing down the matches so the student can go back and read the matches later.
- KidzClub - Go to the Alphabet area to find several printable activities.
- Letterella - Meet the letters of the alphabet. Listen as Letterella sings each letter and pronounces each phoneme in words beginning with the letter.
- Letter Cards - Free download, 4 different sizes for all sorts of games!
- Letter formation guide for teachers and parents - This sheet shows how to form individual letters correctly.
- Loosey Goosey Rhymes - Loosey Goosey letters keep falling off the words. Try to guess what letters are missing.
- Magic Mailbox ABC's - Click to see what letter is hiding in the mailbox. Random letters will pop out and are pronounced.
- Rapid Naming - How fast can you name an object, a letter, a color, a number? Get your hand on the mouse and get ready! Shockwave needed. A letter is named and you must find it and click it with your mouse. This game is excellent for practicing colors, numbers and letters.
- Tracing Paper - Type your child's name or any word. The program automatically opens a new window and then fills the page of the name or words to be printed and traced!
- Visual Discrimination - Do you have one of those students who can't seem to distinguish between letter formats? This is an ideal place for that student! Spot the odd item, and drag it with the mouse into the dustbin. Students learn to distinguish which way a letter must be turned.
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