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Help kids differentiate between confusing lowercase letters, such as 'd', 'p', and 'q' with this ski race game
Shoot for the stars — in this case, the sun — by correctly identifying capital letters in this letter learning game.
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Practice differentiating between easily confused lowercase letters, such as 'd', 'p', and 'q', with this bingo game.
Students will test their ability to recognize letters by popping balloons which will help Floyd's hot air balloon go higher.
Jump right in to lowercase letters in this silly game that helps a monster find the right mud puddle.
Help kids build lowercase letter recognition skills for easily confused lowercase letters: a, e, d, b, p, q, r.
Kids learning how to recognize the letters X, F, and V will love learning through listening to this cool beat.
Three costumed Muggos will teach your students to recognize letters C, H, and Z with their majestic river dance!
Your child”s first step in learning to read is mastering the alphabet, and these interactive alphabet games make it as easy as ABC! In the alphabet games below, your child will be able to focus on learning the name, shape, and sound of each letter. Raise the challenge by introducing lowercase and uppercase forms, and watch them grow their typing skills as they go.
Think the alphabet song is the only way to teach the alphabet? Think again! Our suite of charmingly animated games, curated by teachers and rev-conf.org professionals, will help your child become an alphabet pro in no time. In these games, students stretch their knowledge beyond simply reciting the letters one after another. Instead, they have a chance to focus on learning each letter individually, mastering its name, shape, and the sound it creates, while also practicing their typing skills and using a keyboard independently. For a higher challenge, students are introduced to the concept of capital and lowercase letters, learning the two different forms one letter at a time. By breaking down the alphabet into more accessible chunks, young children have time to fully integrate what they learn, making it more likely that they will retain the information as they move on to new topics. Learning all 26 letters of the alphabet–each with an uppercase and lowercase form–can feel like a daunting task for little ones, but these games will have your child flying from A to Z with confidence.