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There are so many things you could do with these! Here's a few ideas: - lower case/upper case letter matching - sight words - antonyms - synonyms - math sums - shape names & pictures - analogue...

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from The Kindergarten Connection

Rainbow Alphabet Matching Game

Match upper and lowercase letters, play memory, and more with this fun and free rainbow alphabet matching game!

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Great way to assess sight word recognition in group work. Give each student a different colored marker and have them find and circle the matching sight word you are assessing for them.

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For use as a matching game or a worksheet, a set of 7 3D shape image cards with matching property descriptions. A great way to assess children’s knowledge of shape properties. Also available for 2D shapes.

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Alphabet Matching Eggs: If you have a preschooler and leftover plastic eggs you will love this easy DIY educational game. Use stickers on cheap, plastic eggs to make a game for matching upper and lowercase letters.

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