Alphabet Card Game

5-15 Minutes

Groups of 2-3

Learn the alphabet by arranging alphabet cards in order

  • Use lower case and upper case card sets
  • Give each team a stop watch to time themselves
    • Instead of playing against other teams they can try and beat their own time
  • Have them arrange the alphabet backwards
  1. Prepare sets of small cards with one letter on each card
  2. Divide the class into groups of 2 or 3 (equal ability is desirable)
  3. Give each group 2 sets of cards (10 groups = 20 sets of cards)
  4. Have the groups scatter their cards face down on the floor or tables put together
  5. Students turn over one card at a time to find consecutive letters starting with ‘A’
  6. Have them arrange the cards in any way they like, such as spirals or other patters
  7. If they turn over the wrong card they put it back face down and select another
  8. The first team to arrange all the letters first wins


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