Alphabet Matching Game

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By Crafts for Learning Contributor, Danielle from the blog Crayonbox Learning.

Just in time for summer fun. The Alphabet Matching Game is a fun way for young children to retain what they learned in school. The object of the game is to match the uppercase and lowercase Popsicle sticks together. As a variable, you can use numbers, shapes, or colors instead of alphabet letters.

Materials Needed:


Using the popsicle template to trace popsicle pieces out onto colorful cardstock. In the example, I used primary colors. Cut out popsicle pieces. With a black marker write, or use uppercase and lowercase alphabet letters onto each popsicle piece.

Laminate (optional) the popsicle pieces prior to gluing them onto the popsicle sticks. Glue popsicle sticks onto the popsicle pieces and let dry.


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