Can you write a word with just two alphabet cards? Challenge students to some reading and writing fun with this virtual literacy tool.
The virtual alphabet cards are easy to use. In total, there are 104 cards, with 4 copies of each capital letter. To use them, simply drag and drop a card onto the playing area. Then, double click it to flip it over. Use the pencil tool and eraser to write notes or add drawings to the canvas. Clear the canvas with the trashcan tool.
There are many ways to play with the alphabet cards. Here are some alphabet activities you can play:
- Who can write a word first? Individually, in pairs, in small groups, or as a class, challenge students to see who can write a word first. To play, add cards to the board one at a time. When a player can form a word, they can raise their hand. Continue playing to see how many words can be formed with up to 5 or 6 letters.
- Draw 5 or more cards. Ask students to put them in alphabetical order.
- Challenge students to write their names, spelling words, or vocabulary words using the digital alphabet cards.
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