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Printable Letter Match Flashcards



Flashcard games and activities can be a fun way to introduce a new learning concept to your child. Whether your child is just now learning the alphabet, or is an old pro, doing a match-up of upper and lowercase letters is good fun. We are visiting family out-of-state right now, so I don’t have access to a color printer, but here are some great ways to use these cheery flashcards:

  • Scramble Match-Up: Cut out and mix all of the cards. Have your child pick out the matches from the mixed up batch. Set aside each match.
  • Letter Memory: Play a classic game of Memory with these flashcards. You could do half of the alphabet at a time for younger children.
  • Book Matching: Using an alphabet book, have your child match up a flashcard with the main letter on each page.
  • Letter Safari: Give your child either the upper or lowercase letters to hold. Place the rest of the cards around your home and have him/her search for them.
  • Practice Writing: Place each page in a sheet protector. Have your child trace each letter with a dry-erase marker.

Those are just a few fun activities you can do with these flashcards. I hope you can get some use out them. Print below and enjoy!! Note: there are 7 pages to this printable! Laminate for extra durability!

Check out the Printable Numbers & Letters Page for more alphabet printables!

Open A- Z Flashcards Printable

6/7/13 Edit: A-D Flashcards are fixed and are now the normal size. =)

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  1. Hi, I just came across your website through the play create explore group and my printer has been going none stop! Thanks for sharing! I just printed the ABC flashcards and letters A-D are smaller than the rest- are they meant to be that way or am I missing something?

    Thanks Again!

  2. Thanks so much for letting me know! Over 200 downloads and you’re the only one that notified me, lol! I fixed the problem. Sorry for any inconvenience!

  3. I have students learning to use a computer keyboard who are having difficulty matching the capitals on the keys to the lower case letters on material they are copying. I will use these for some fun games to help them. Thanks!

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