These oversized letter cards are a fun way to have learners move as they practice spelling.
Just give learners an oversized letter card and let them line up as they spell phonics or sight words.
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**The free download links can be found at the END of this post. Be sure to click on the teal download button for the kind of font you’d like: print or slant.
Oversized Letter Cards for Spelling
Included in this pack are half-page oversized letter cards from a to z for print font AND slant or manuscript font. Letters are included in just blackline and there’s also the option to print the vowels in red. Letters are large enough so they can be seen clearly from across the room.
To make them durable and re-usable, I highly recommend printing them on cardstock and laminating them.
I included a base line under each letter so that learners can clearly see letters that are tall and letters that have “tails.” The line can also help with holding the card right-side up for letters like b, d, p, q, u, and n.
Use them to have your learners line up to spell words that you call out. Use phonics words, sight words, multi-syllable words, or even vocabulary words!
Or another fun way to use the oversized letter cards is to put them on the floor and have learners hop to letters as they spell words.
Grab our other sets of Oversized Letters! Hover over the pictures below, and then click on the link icon.
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Unable to download and the help button does not download either
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Tarekegn Legesse says
Thank you for your charity. I am very glad if you send me letter cards that I can laminate and use it.
You can download what you need at the bottom of the post. Just click on either of the teal download buttons.
Thank you Becky. Would you be able to make these editable or will be making letter cards for all of the other different spellings? Much appreciated.
I will be making other pattern cards, too. 🙂
Malory Lutz says
Love the hopping to different letters to spell out words! My kids get bored sitting at the table so this is perfect!!
Yes, it’s key to get them moving!! 🙂
Pam Mrzena says
Thank you so much!! What a wonderful resource for all our spelling/phonics review!!
You’re welcome. I’m glad you can use them, too! 🙂
You’re welcome! 🙂
Thank you so much. My students will have a great time working with these 😁
You’re very welcome! 🙂
I can not wait to make these up (and laminate them) to work with my grandson. The large is is fabulous! And as another commentor said the hopping idea to fun too! Thanks sooo much!
You’re welcome! Glad you can use them with your grandson. 🙂
Eileen Creasey says
As a resource person in my school, I love your site, I am able to get simple activities for the students I am supporting and I use them with the materials the teachers give me. I also use the activities with my grand daughter who has just started school this year! Thank you so much for your hard work!!
You are so welcome! 🙂
Eva Pinson says
Do you have large oversized uppercase letters?
They’re coming next week! 🙂
Where do I find the capital letters?
You can find them here-> https://thisreadingmama.com/oversized-uppercase-letter-cards/