Free Kindergarten Learning The Alphabet Including A Fun Game Lesson Plan

Topic: Learning the Alphabet

Objectives & Outcomes

  • Students will be able to recognize the letters of the alphabet and their corresponding phonetic sounds.
  • Students will be able to start reading simple words.


  • Alphabet cards (one for each student)
  • Large card with simple words for students to read


  • Review the letters of the alphabet and their corresponding sounds. As you say each letter, have the students clap their hands.
  • Have the students practice spelling their names by saying the letters and clapping their hands.

Direct Instruction

  • Introduce the letter "A" and say its corresponding sound ("ah").
  • Have the students repeat the sound after you.
  • Show the students the letter "A" on the whiteboard and have them repeat its sound.
  • Have the students practice saying the sound of the letter "A" several times.
  • Move on to the next letter, and repeat the same process.

Guided Practice

  • Using the flashcards, have the students identify the letter and the sound it makes.
  • Have the students work in pairs and take turns showing a flashcard and saying the sound.
  • Encourage the students to help each other if they are unsure of the sound.

Independent Practice

  • Have the students create an alphabet book.
  • Each student should choose a letter of the alphabet and create a page for their book that includes an object or picture that begins with that letter and says the sound it makes.
  • Allow the students to work individually or in small groups to complete their books.


  • Have the students share their alphabet books with the class.
  • Have the students point to the object or picture and say the sound of the letter as they rec-
  • iliate it in their book.


  • Observe the students during the independent practice activity to ensure th-
  • ey are using the correct sounds when writing the letters.
  • Have the students take a quiz to assess their knowledge of the alphabet.
  • Ask the students to write the letters of the alphabet on a piece of paper and
  • then have them say the corresponding sound. -Evaluation
  • The students will be evaluated on their ability to correctly identify and
  • pronounce the letters of the alphabet.
  • They will also be evaluated on their ability to write the letters of the alphabet
  • and use the corresponding sounds when doing so.

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