These pumpkin alphabet board game task cards are super simple to prep and so much fun to play! Add them to your alphabet centers this fall.
Pumpkin Alphabet Board Game Task Cards
We love a fun alphabet game and these fall task cards don’t disappoint. They can be prepped quickly, take up very little space and are super engaging for kids.
While playing this pumpkin alphabet game, students will practice letter recognition and letter sounds in an engaging, hands-on way.
The game is easy to understand and students can play over and over again across all the different game boards. Add them to your fall literacy or phonics centers for lots of fun and learning!
These board games are just what you need to add to your pumpkin theme lesson plans!
Low Prep Alphabet Practice
It’s super easy to get this alphabet activity ready for the kids in your classroom. All you have to do is print, laminate and cut the cards apart. Then, grab dice and some mini erasers or manipulatives to use as game pieces.
Once you have your supplies gathered and the cards prepped, you will be ready to add lots of hands-on letter learning to your centers or stations.
The kids are going to love this simple and engaging way to learn letters and letter sounds.
Setting Up the Pumpkin Alphabet Task Cards
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- Printable Alphabet Board Game Task Cards (link to get them at the bottom of this post)
- Mini erasers
- Scissors for cutting your cards
- Laminator and laminating pages (optional)
- Print the task cards.
- Laminate the cards.
- Cut the cards apart.
- Gather your clips of choice.
- Store the entire activity in a mesh bag or task card box.
Learning Letters and Letter Sounds
To play, the kids will pick a game board task card and grab the dice and two different mini erasers.
Each player will take turns rolling the dice and moving that many spaces on the game board. When they land on a letter they will say the letter name and the sound the letter makes. This continues until one player reaches the last space on the game board.
Students can play the same board game again or pick another one and play it next. If you would like, you can also ask students to record each letter they land on by writing it on a piece of paper. This gives them even more practice with each letter.
Students can just say the letter name, if they are not ready to say the sound. They can work on one card and play several times or use several different cards and play each one once.
Alphabet Fun for Fall!
These Pumpkin Alphabet Board Games will be a fantastic addition to your fall literacy centers. They are perfect for centers or stations because students can play with a partner.
Not only are they great for practice with letters and letter sounds, but they are also lots of fun too!
Click the button below to grab your Pumpkin Alphabet Board Game Task Cards! Enjoy!