These lovely flash cards come in colour or black and white, so you can have lots of fun with them. We have a set of girls, too, for matching games or mixing up!
Alphabet Flash Cards
We've got alphabet flash cards big and small, with pictures and without! Match upper case to lower case, or first letter sound to picture, or simply ask the children call out the letter names as you hold up the card or turn them over. We've even got alphabet flash cards with an outline font so that children can practise finger tracing the letters in turn.
Here are some fun ideas for using this set of alphabet flash cards, from Shelly ...
Ideas for Using our Alphabet Flash Cards
Available in both colour and black and white versions, these flash cards print 4 to a page and are perfect for younger children learning the alphabet. Use them to spell out words, make pictures, or perhaps print out the whole alphabet to make a mini colouring book!
This mixed case set of alphabet flash cards is designed so that you can use it in many ways. Cut out the cards individually, for 2 large cards to a page. Split them into two "packs" and use them as matching cards.
Print these alphabet flash cards and use them as is - 6 cards to a page - or fold them in half along the central vertical line to make double-sided cards for each letter. We have alternatives for the f and k at the end of the pdf.
These guided font alphabet flash cards include both upper and lower case versions of the letters, with alternatives for f and k at the back of the pdf. Play matching games, practise tracing the letters with finger or pencil ... the possibilities are endless.
This quirky, fun set of upper case alphabet flash cards are so much fun to use, whether for alphabet drills, games or display.
Our slightly quirky upper case letters in bright patterns decorate this set of alphabet flash cards, which can be used in all sorts of learning and fun activities.
These alphabet flash cards are designed to print one to a page. Simple fold in half along the dotted line and glue the paper back-to-back to make a useful set of double-sided alphabet cards with appealing pictures.
Print out this fun set of alphabet flash cards and use them in two different ways. You could cut all the cards out and use them as a matching card set. Alternatively, fold in half along the centre vertical line and glue back-to-back to make simple double-sided flash cards.
These fun alphabet picture flash cards print 2 to a page so they are great for group or class work, or for display. Each flash card comes with a picture beginning with that letter, and we've tried to make them appealing to younger kids.
Here is the smaller version of our alphabet picture flash cards, printing 4 to a page. We've included two extra cards at the back of the set with an alternative f and k.
These gorgeous chick alphabet cards can be used in so many ways, and tied into your Easter, spring or farmyard topics. Why not hide the cards for a treasure hunt, and send the kids off to find the whole alphabet and put it in order?
Test the children on their recognition of lower and upper case letters by asking them to match the upper case chick cards to the lower case egg cards. You can laminate the cards for extra durability if you prefer too...
Here are some fun Christmas Tree Alphabet Tags for you to print and cut out. They would make cute gift tags (punch a hole in the top left corner and thread ribbon through), or you can use them in all sorts of alphabet games and activities
Here's an Easter activity to help the children practise upper and lower case letter recognition. Print onto some card and cut out the pieces (laminate if you prefer). The children then need to match the lower case letters on the carrots with the upper case letters on the bunnies!
These fun bat alphabet cards can be used in lots of ways and are great for Halloween. Ask the kids to spell some Halloween themed words, or play some matching and spelling games? We've got upper and lower case alphabets in black and white or colour.
These fun monster alphabet cards will make spelling games fun! You could use them to put your child's name on their bedroom door, or play matching and spelling games with them. How about a treasure hunt around the house - find all 26 letters of the alphabet and put them in order?