Best Learning-the-Alphabet Games

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This game was designed with kids ages 4 and older in mind. The cards are small enough for tiny hands to grasp, and the cards have bright and engaging colors on them that help kids correspond letters with pictures, such as K and a kite. There are many ways this game can be played, so kids won’t get bored too quickly, and it can be played with two to six players.

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Bingo is an easy game for little ones to learn, and this variation also introduces them to the alphabet. In playing this game, kids start building letter recognition, letter and object association, concentration and social interaction skills. Players can match the letter on the tile to the game board, or use the pictures on the back of each tile to determine its corresponding letter. This game is recommended for kids ages 4 and up, and it can be played with two to six players.

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Students will be more than ready to enter school after achieving alphabet competence with this sorting game. Children ages 3 and up can practice letter recognition by sight and sound, build vocabulary, tap into their recall abilities and more. You will be amazed by how quickly children will build their language skills.

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Let their imagination soar with this fun treat-themed game. Children over the age of 2 can work on their uppercase and lowercase letter recognition while strengthening their fine motor skills. The letter matches are easy to perceive because each letter has a specific color that coordinates with its mate. The set includes 26 double-sided pops for learning the entire alphabet.

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Kids can play this game to learn the differences between uppercase and lowercase letters, which they must find and match. They’ll also build their memory skills, since they have to remember where the matching cards are located. This game has been a longtime favorite for a reason. It’s fun, challenging enough to keep kids over the age of 3 engaged and can be played over and over.

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Great for multiple children to play, this game is easy to learn and comes with everything you need to get kids excited about the alphabet. Adults draw the playing cards to call the game and children find and cover the letters with their playing chips. The smaller bingo cards help keep the game short and provide several ways for children to win. The game provides a distinctive way for kids to learn alphabet recognition, letter sounds and beginning reading. It’s a wonderful learning tool for children ages 4 and up.

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The concept of this card game mimics the rules of the classic game of Go Fish. It is easy to set up and start playing almost immediately. The animal theme allows children to make the connection between a letter and the first sound in the animal’s name. The set also lets kids practice the recognition of uppercase and lowercase letters. It is recommended for children ages 4 and up.

Expert Commentary

“When teaching a child the alphabet, games can play a huge role. My own experiences have involved songs, games and repetition. Finding the right games to go with other methods makes the process more fun for everyone.”



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