Alphabet Concentration: A Game to Foster Alphabet Knowledge
Purpose: To practice knowledge of the alphabet
Materials: A set of 10 to 12 letters, with two cards for each letter; pairs can be lowercase only, uppercase only, or a combination of the two
The players lay the cards face down and alternate turning the cards over two at a time. If the letters on the cards match, the player keeps them and takes another turn. The game is over when all of the cards are taken.
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