Football-Themed Literacy Center for Kindergarten

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Touchdown Trace is a FREE football-themed literacy center for Pre-K and Kindergarten that has endless options for use in your classroom. It’s so versatile! Review upper and lowercase letters, sight words, or anything else you choose, because this resource is editable to fit your needs!

This FREE Football-Themed Literacy Center for Pre-K and Kindergarten is sure to get your students excited to practice literacy skills in the classroom!

Touchdown Trace Literacy Center for Kindergarten

Looking for a new literacy center for Pre-K or Kindergarten that is chalk full of fun? Touchdown Trace comes with football letter cards (uppercase and lowercase) and a recording sheet so students can trace the letters they find.

This literacy center is editable! That means you can choose whatever you’d like your students to work on. Simply type in the words or letters of your choosing in the editable page and watch as they automatically appear on the football game pieces!

Another fun feature of this free literacy center are the goal post work mats. Your students will have a ball sorting the football cards onto the correct goal post before tracing on their recording sheet!

All of the materials come in both color and black and white for extra options!

This literacy center for Pre-K and Kindergarten comes with football letter cards (upper and lower case) and a recording sheet.

How can I use Touchdown Trace in my classroom?

I love this activity, because the ways to play are endless. Since this resource is editable, you can customize it to cover any skill you’re working on.

You could:

  • Use as a grab bag or sensory bin activity
  • Play Go Fish or Memory with the football cards
  • Review uppercase/lowercase letters
  • Work on sight words
  • Review pattern words and have students sort football cards onto the goal post with the matching vowel sound
  • Have students differentiate short vowel and long vowel sound words
  • Sort by rhyming words
  • ABC order
  • Or even numbers or math facts!

With so many ways to play, you can use this football-themed literacy center for Pre-K and Kindergarten in your classroom all year long!

It also comes with blank footballs that can be filled in with whatever words (or even numbers) you'd like.

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Grab Your FREE Copy of the Football-Themed Literacy Center

Can’t wait to grab your FREE football-themed literacy center for Pre-K and Kindergarten? Then click the large, yellow download button below to snag your copy of Touchdown Trace now!

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