FREE Fall Letters Game

Fall time is a favorite time of the year for all kinds of fun learning activities like this (free!) Fall letters game! Simply print and play!

FREE Fall Letters Game -fun activity to help kindergartners to practice letter recognition #letters #alphabet #kindergarten

Letters Game

What you need:
  • the free printable board game
  • play pieces: mini erasers, pompoms or buttons
  • dice
Laminate the board game, or use a dry-erase pocket, to make the game last a long time.
fall printable to work on alphabet letters with kindergartners
Each player chooses a play piece. Take turns to roll the dice. Count and move that many spaces. Say the letter name you land on AND name something starting with that letter to be able to go to the next round. Make this game even more fun for those kids that need to move around while learning by asking them to go find an object starting with the letter they land on instead of just naming it! Or, act like an animal starting with that letter and the rest of the players must guess what you are.
kindergarten game for learning letters
Land on the block that says “2 more” and move two spaces forward. Land on “1 back” and move one space back. The player at the end of the road first, wins!
Practicing recognition of the letters of the alphabet and beginning sounds is so much more fun with this Fall letters game! Get your copy now!

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Nadia is South African mom to two littlies, a former preschool teacher and currently working as a reading therapist at a remedial school. She blogs over at about easy and playful activities inspiring you to be your child's first teacher.

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