Every spring I like to pick up bubbles from the dollar store to take to school for some end of year celebrations. Blowing bubbles outside in the nice weather is a blast! This year, we brought some themed alphabet learning fun into the classroom as well with this free Bubble Alphabet Match Activity.
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Bubble Alphabet Match
You can leave the bubbles in squares, but I decided to take the little bit of extra time and cut them out in circles – I thought this made them more “bubble-like” and fun!
This alphabet match was a review game for my students so we played with all the letters at once. I would not recommend this for early Kindergarten or younger students, but rather I would pick a smaller group of focus letters at a time.
Since my group was ready to review them all, we first began by laying the bubbles out on the table in alphabetical order from a-z.
*Teacher Tip: I provide an alphabet chart for support when practicing ABC order.
RELATED RESOURCE: Emergent Readers – Alphabet Collection
Then, we stacked the wands in a pile in the middle and took turns pulling a card. After pulling a card, we identified the uppercase letter name and sound, and then searched for its matching bubble.
For more of a challenge, you could have the bubbles mixed up and not in order. That way the kids really have to hunt!
We played the Bubble Alphabet Match until all of the bubbles had found their wand!
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