Ages: 3-5, 6-8 What you'll need: CD or Tape Player Pencils, Writing paper
Skills: Language, social
Source: FamilyplayWhat to do:
This game is a fun way for children to practice identifying letters through sound. Designed for younger children still learning to read. Try this activity at club meetings or a birthday party.
1. Pick a song with clear, understandable words.
2. Have the players write a letter of the alphabet (A through Z) on each line of paper.
Up to 30 players
Rules of play:
1. The scorekeeper starts the music. The players write each word they hear in the song beside the letter that begins the word. Only one word per letter will be counted, but players can write as many words as they want.
2. When the song is over, the players check their lists and count the number of letters they have words for.
3. The scorekeeper checks the scores. The player with the most words wins. In case of a tie, the scorekeeper checks the spellings. The player with the most words that are spelled correctly wins.
4. The winner picks the next song for the players to use.
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