Go Fish Alphabet Game Cards

$2.99

Little ones will enjoy playing a smarter version of Go Fish. In this Go Fish game, winning involves drawing the most upper-and lowercase letter pairs. Here, each pair is represented by a parent and child animal. There are even age-appropriate terms, like “hatchling” for baby alligator. With activities for two or more players, our Go Fish Alphabet Game Cards emphasize turn taking and cooperation. Or, kids can have fun matching letters and creating words on their own.

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SKU: 05014

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Go Fish Alphabet Game Cards Description

Little ones will enjoy playing a smarter version of Go Fish. In this Go Fish game, winning involves drawing the most upper-and lowercase letter pairs. Here, each pair is represented by a parent and child animal. There are even age-appropriate terms, like “hatchling” for baby alligator. With activities for two or more players, our Go Fish Alphabet Game Cards emphasize turn taking and cooperation. Or, kids can have fun matching letters and creating words on their own. Involve your child in these valuable pre-reading skills today and make preschool, kindergarten and first grade all the more enjoyable.

Fun Features & Big Benefits

  • Access code for Golden Scholar Club free online gift
  • Unique, colorful animal flash card illustrations
  • Letters written in bold, block-style
  • Upper- and lowercase letters divided by adult and baby animals
  • Thick, glossy cardstock
  • Rounded corners for easy sorting
  • 3 Index Cards for easy reference
  • Parent card offers game instruction and activities
  • A great value!

Skills: letters; uppercase letters; lowercase letters; word-picture recognition; eye-hand coordination; focus

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Go Fish Alphabet Game Cards Details

  • Product# 05014
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-887-43271-2
  • Contents: 52 Game Cards, 3 Index Cards, 1 Parent Card
  • Size: 3.375" x 6.375"
  • Ages 4+
  • Brand: School Zone
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Submitted by: Fountain Hills, AZ
Autumn Red Squirrel
My 6 yr old daughter and I have a lot of fun playing this game. She loves that they are all animals and loves looking at the pictures of both the baby and momma. It is helping her decipher between the lower case letter and upper case letter...while also a good refresher of the alphabet for first grade. We can play for hours!
          
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Socrates
I discovered this game 20 years ago when I was trying to teach my daughter (who did not want me teaching her anything :) ) the alphabet. Playing this game with her was a big success. This game is so perfect- all the associations going on -the upper case letter to the adult animal- the lower case letter to the baby animal- the adult animal to the baby animal- the upper case letter to the lower case letter. Play this with your child every day (if your child is developmentally ready to identify and name letters), and your child will know and name the letters within just a few weeks if not sooner. Be sure and have your child ask, "Do you have an A Alligator? Do you have a B Bear?" Then when you go to test your child and he or she has difficulty naming a letter, ask your child, "Say the animal it goes with." When your child says the animal's name, the name of the letter will usually come to mind also. I play this game with my Pre K kids. I take it a step further and make them say the letter sound when asking for a match. "Do you have a "b" /b/ bear?" "Do you have a "k" /k/ koala?" The only thing I would have done differently in designing this game is I would have chosen octopus instead of orangutan because we don't usually pronounce the first part of orangutan with the /o/ sound. I make them pronounce it that way anyway. :) I am also seeing lately that the game isn't being sold in stores as much now. So I'm going to have to order some online for my parents who need to work with their kids.
          
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We LOVE these cards. Bought this for my three year old. It was a HUGE hit because he was and still is an animal lover! We started with matching mommy and baby, letter sounds, sorting alphabetically and every time it is a lot of fun! He even likes to spell words out with the letters. We have had it for over a year and he always loves playing with this. We have just recently started playing Go Fish with this. I am so glad I found this at a drug store. I wish they carry more such fun and educational games. I am sure this can be a fun game to enjoy while you are travelling (we haven't done that yet).