The alphabet is series of letters that are set in fixed sequence. Letters are basic units that embody sounds of the English language. Having a good understanding of the alphabet can make pronunciation much clearer for people. This can lead better and more fluid reading ability. There are twenty-six letters of the alphabet. Youngsters that can easily identify letters also have an increased ability to sound out the letters as well. These can help students progress to naming words and eventually stringing together sentences. I would encourage students to look around their world constantly and try to identify letters. These cards can help students get acquainted with the letters and the pictures that help them identify it. We find it easier to present students with capital letters first because they are much more visually distinct from each other.
Each set of alphabet flashcards on this page consists of two cards. The first flashcard has both the upper and lower case forms of each letter printed together, along with a picture of something that starts with that letter. The second page contains two cards, one for the upper case version of the letter and one for the lower case version. The same identifying picture is repeated on both of these cards. Game idea: Use the separate upper and lower case cards in a Concentration style game to see who can match the correct forms the fastest.