exercises

Lowercase Letters

Kindergarteners will learn all about uppercase and lowercase alphabet pairs in this lesson, focusing especially on learning to identify lowercase letters. Kids will also be asked to listen to the sounds that each of the lowercase letters represent, further boosting their early reading skills. Don't miss out on the accompanying printables that help to provide further practice with the alphabet.
This lesson includes 5 printable learning activities
Diving Lowercase Letters
While your kindergarten students may be experts at recognizing uppercase letters, it is important to teach them lower case forms as well. This clever video shows upper and lowercase letter pairs diving into a pool. Just before they are snapped up by a shark and disappear from the screen, your students can call out the letter along with the video’s narrator.
Learn Lowercase Letters

Prepare for takeoff! In this high-flying game kids get to take Tutu on a flight into the sky to find lowercase letters in the clouds. Kids control Tutu's movement with the mouse or trackpad and click on the cloud with the letter that matches the narrator's clue. Early readers can never get enough practice seeing and recognizing letters of the alphabet, and this interactive game makes it fun! Check out other Brainzy games to make learning fun.

Lowercase Letter Whack Attack
When else are you going to be encouraged to pop balloons? Find the balloon with the matching lowercase letter and help inflate Floyd's balloon in the process.
Lowercase Letter Mud Hopper
It's always a good time to get messy! Help Cuz Cuz find his favorite mud puddle by picking the correct lowercase letter.
Alphabet Hide and Seek
The sun has set, and the lights are off...it's time for alphabet hide and seek! In this playful interactive story, your child finds each silly letter hiding during the game. The lowercase letters help your child memorize the lowercase partner of each uppercase letter, a foundational skill for every early learner.
Alphabet Hide and Seek: Reading Comprehension
Continue the lowercase letter learning fun for kindergarteners using this zany reading comprehension exercise. As students review the qualities of the characters in the story, lowercase letters G, B, H, and S, they will grow more confident not only in their ability to recognize lowercase letters, but also with remembering specific details presented in stories.

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