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Letters File Folder Game

Inside the folder on the left I wrote the different activities there are for the folder. 
  • Match
  • Dino hangman
  • Find the missing letter
  • Spelling

Another printable I thought would be perfect for a file folder game from  
Match the pictures to the beginning sound.  
I have a set of alphabet magnets I bring out when this folder is being used for matching uppercase to lowercase letters. 
Dino Hangman is more advanced but great for beginning readers and elementary aged kids during summer break. 
The dinosaur has every letter on him.  There are 2 dino's one with uppercase one with lowercase. 
These are in page protectors so you would play this game with a dry erase marker. 
The child guessing would have the Dino with the letters in front of them.  They would 'x' off a letter after guessing and write the letter on the bottom of the page if correct in the correct space given. 
The person who knows the word would use another sheet provided to create the 'hangman'.  
I tested this game with a couple of kids and they loved it! 
It is great spelling, reading, and problem solving practice! 

This file folder also has handwriting practice (dry erase.)

Another sheet you cannot see in the picture is 'find the missing letter'.  It has the alphabet written down with random letters missing.  You have to identify what letter is missing by writing it in or placing the correct magnet there. 

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