Students need a lot of repetition when learning the alphabet, but it doesn’t just have to be with flashcards. This lily pad letters game will have your students wanting to work on their letters, sounds, & CVC words!
I found a frog fly swatter at The Dollar Tree and knew it would make a fun game. If you can’t find one, I also included a frog image you can just attach to a flyswatter. One way to play is to simply tell the student a letter to find, and they can use the flyswatter to “jump” onto the letter.
Don’t you just love easy games that can be differentiated for your students? Choose between uppercase and lower case letters depending on their skill level. To make this a whole new game, you can have students say the letter sound instead of just the letter.
Another fun way to play would be to use plastic frogs and have students “leap” onto a letter and say the letter and/or sound. I’ve seen these frogs at Wal-Mart, Target, party stores, etc. You can also find them on Amazon here. (affiliate link)
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