Alphabet Hide & Seek Pocket Chart Cards | ENDLESS Bundle
Quick OverviewLooking for a fun and engaging small group, whole group or partner activity to teach letter recognition? This endless bundle of themed alphabet hide and seek pocket chart cards is...
Looking for a fun and engaging small group, whole group or partner activity to teach letter recognition? This endless bundle of themed alphabet hide and seek pocket chart cards is the perfect way to work on letter recognition in preschool, Pre-k, and kindergarten.
***This is an endless bundle.***
That means that you will get every future set of Alphabet Hide and Seek Pocket Chart Cards for no additional cost. Simply re-download the resource when new themes are added.
Purchase now for the best savings. The price will increase when new sets are added.
Currently, this bundle includes:
- Milk & Cookies
- Fish & Fishbowls
- Monkeys & Bananas
- Paint & Paint Brushes
- Peanut Butter and Jelly
- Christmas Trees and Lights
- Snowmen and Winter Hats
- Valentine Envelopes and Hearts
- Rainbows and Pots of Gold
- Chicken Coops and Eggs
- Hamburger and Fries
- Coffee and Donuts
- Bacon and Eggs
- Easter Baskets and Eggs
and many more! Let me know if you have a special request!
How to use the cards:
One student will hide a picture behind the letter cards and the other students will take turns guessing where the pictures are hiding.
Optional recording sheets are included for additional practice with letter recognition and letter writing skills.
What is included in each set of Alphabet Hide and Seek Pocket Chart Cards?
Pages 5-9: Uppercase Alphabet Pocket Cards(Color)
Pages 10-14: Lowercase Alphabet Pocket Cards(Color)
Pages 15-19: Uppercase Alphabet Pocket Cards(Black/White)
Pages 20-24: Lowercase Alphabet Pocket Cards(Black/White)
Pages 25-28: Optional Recording Pages
To Prepare: Print and laminate. Cut apart cards
How to Play the Alphabet Hide and Seek Game:
Place your chosen alphabet cards into a pocket chart facing out, so that the students can read the letters. Alternatively, you can place them on a table or floor if you do not have a pocket chart.
You may choose to put them in alphabetical order or mix them up for a challenge. If you are just beginning on letter recognition, you may want to use 3-5 alphabet cards to start and increase the number of alphabet cards as skill levels progress.
Have the students (or one student if working in pairs) close their eyes while one person hides 1-8 picture cards behind the alphabet cards.
Students then take turns guessing which letter the picture cards are hiding behind.
Using the Optional Recording Pages:
The students cross of the letters in the box as they are guessed. Then, they write the correct guesses in the boxes at the bottom of the page.
This is a digital file. You will receive the PDF or .zip file for you to download and print.