Alphabet Printables

matching alphabet pictures facebook 1

Matching Alphabet Pictures / Words / Letters

Alphabet Printables -  Matching Alphabet Pictures, Words, Letters

  • Up to 8 Pictures and Words to match each initial alphabet sound...
  • Ideal for Alphabet Matching Games.......
Ideas for Use

Alphabet Pictures / Words / Initial Letters - Suggestions for Use


  • There are 26 A4 pages of pictures, most letters have 8 pictures for each letter, some have less.
  • Included, are word cards which match the pictures - again, 26 A4 pages with up to 8 words per page.
  • The printable alphabet letters work really well with both of these.
  • Again, these resources are best copied onto card, cut out and laminated for continued 'hands-on' use.
  • Remember, not all pictures need to be used at once, you can just focus on certain letters, pictures and words, adapting to fit the ages and stages of your children.
  • Hand out the picture cards to half the class, hand out the matching words to the other half. Children have to find their matching partner.
  • Peg pictures to matching word.
  • Peg pictures to matching printable alphabet letters.
  • Play alphabet games such as 'concentration'. Place cards face down. Children take turns to turn over and find the matching pairs - limit the number of choices for younger children - more for older children.
  • Make up blackline masters of the words.  Hand out 2-4 words to each child.  On an A4 sheet, children glue in their words and draw a picture to match.  Make up class alphabet books using these sheets.
  • Use the pictures and words to start a brainstorming session and list more words beginning with a particular letter - children then use these words to make up their own matching word / picture cards.  Children can then try and match each others pictures and words.

 


 

Search by Type

View all resources »

Leave a comment

What others are saying...

Kathy (26-03-2014)

Wow, these resources are just amazing!! Thank you so much for all the time and effort you have put in creating such wonderful resources we can all share and enjoy. I just love the matching alphabet pictures, so bright and colourful. Can't wait to use them!


c6609bc276a5955359f50d9baae8f349ffe55eac


From the community

New Ideas

  • Book Week 2014 ideas

    Submitted by Hannah

    Does anyone have any Book Week ideas related to this year's theme 'Connect to Reading' and suitable for Reception?

    Continue Reading...

  • Star of the Day

    Submitted by Shandell

    I decorate the cover of an unused scrapbook with "Star of the Day" written on the front with some colourful pictures/stars etc.

    Continue Reading...

  • First Day of Prep Activities

    Submitted by Sarah

    I have been thinking about what I want to do with the children on their very first few days of school and was hoping of some suggestions.

    Continue Reading...

New Comments

  • I extend the YES/ NO game by printing the DOLCH words (small print) ,cutting up the lists and laminating them & including them in the YES /NO packet. Use a blank card to put ?'s about these words e.g. how many times can you find these words in Chapter 2? Chn. list the results on a whiteboard.

    By CLAIRE

    Continue Reading...
  • The Sea words are great to add to the Lighthouse series books when you are doing these books with the children. you could extend the theme to the sea and then to pirates and far away lands and maybe even first contact explorers of Australia.

    By Amanda

    Continue Reading...
  • Dear Donna, thanks so much for doing these, i remember when i asked for these last year when i was teaching my special ed kids, im now at another school in NW WA and they will be just as useful in the two classes im now teaching, (Year 3 and Year 4), as the kids here arent necessarily up to the rest of the ozzie kids out there.

    By Amanda

    Continue Reading...