There are many different ways to help encourage kids to learn the letters of the alphabet. Often repetition and consistency play a big role in this process. It is helpful to have a picture that is very icon for the sound the letters make or a word that begins with the sound. We would urge you to use as many tools as you have at your disposal to remind students of this. It can be in the form of a book, desk folder, or note card. Having images and poster displays are especially beneficial to students. We would also encourage you to change these often to help make it more fun. We created this page and all the letter materials available to you for free to print and enjoy in your classroom. As you can tell from the cards, we used icon images with each and every letter. We also have both the upper- and lower-case forms of all the letters on each of the cards. Many times, students will find that the lower case form is easier to learn, so just keep that in mind, if a student has a recognition issue with a certain letter.
These are colorful printable posters for a teacher's classroom. Great for young students that need to constantly view the letters of the alphabet, as they commit it to memory. There are two sets of alphabet cards on these pages. The first set consists of four cards per page, the upper and lower case forms of the letters, a picture of an object that begins with that letter, and the word describing the picture. The second set also has four cards per page, both cases of each letter, and a picture (many of these pictures are different from the first set), but has left off the descriptive word. Group Activity Idea: Hold timed races to see who can arrange the cards in alphabetical order the fastest!