4.96 out of 5(137 comments)
Plain and simple alphabet flashcards with uppercase and lowercase sets.
Category: Alphabet Tags: kindergarten, lowercase, uppercase
The English alphabet letters in this set are clear and easy for beginners to read.
The selected font has an easy-to-read a, g, and an uppercase I that doesn’t look like a little L 🙂
The three different letter sets– uppercase, lowercase, and upper+lower– are downloadable separately in small, medium, and large sizes.
Wait, what is “upper+lower“, you ask? In that set, uppercase and lowercase letters appear side-by-side instead of on separate cards: Aa, Bb, Cc…
I love it.thanks so much
You’re welcome 🙂
myra m. rafael –
thanks for the materials its very useful for me and for my pupils and also for our school all the materials useful. thanks again and GOD bless you all who prepared all of these materials
Glad to hear that 🙂 Have fun in class!
Arlene Carreon –
Thank you so much for sharing your cards. It is a great help in teaching beginning reading. God bless!
Hope your students enjoy!
Hi! thank you so much for sharing this wonderful cards. It really helps. God bless
too big to print right
Open the flashcard set using a PDF reader like Preview or Adobe Reader, don’t print from the browser.
Thanks a lot! I was looking for something like this, and you offered it FREE.
Thank you so much. I hope my kids love it! God Bless you!
You’re welcome! Have fun! 🙂
thank you so much for this free flashcards. I do need it for my children and students. God Bless You…
veda Le –
That’s Great! Thank so much!
Thank you so much. I was looking for something like this, and you offered it FREE.
my kids love it! specially for my Special child. God Bless youmore!!!!
It’s nice to hear your children are enjoying the cards. 🙂
Marjori Bobish –
I LOVE your uppercase and lowercase flashcards. Do you have a set of picture cards, so that the kids could match up a picture with each letter? This would be so awesome!!
I do, but they’re not posted yet 🙁 We’re in the process of redesigning the website, so it’s going to be another 2 or 3 weeks I think before it’s ready and the new sets are up. Sorry!
We do have alphabet cards with pictures now. You can find them here: https://www.eslflashcards.com/set/alphabet-sounds/
Margaret Matthews –
I love the font and the colored border. It was easy to choose a size and to print.
Thank you for the feedback!
Janet Gerken –
Thank you!! This is exactly what I needed for an online zoom student, starting with individual and moving on to the combined letters.
Oh good, glad to hear you found what you needed. 🙂
These are awesome for beginning Kindergarteners!!!
Wow im so impressed thank you so much! Cant wait to teach my kids
Hope they like the cards, too. 😀
thank you so much! you are amazing!
Nancy A Schroyer –
Lucretia Bell –
Rhiz Laspobres –
amber yang –
Sharon Anthony –
Excellent for assessments.
cheryl wooley –
These are just what I needed for an older adult with memory problems.
love from Fiji.
the letters look pretty and blue border is comfortable for eyes
I like this deck because the lower case Aa
🙂 Thank you for the feedback!
DELIA T. PAJO –
super easy access and good to use
Anna Nguyen –
Easy to use for kids
I LIKE IT SO MUCH .
Marta Martín –
Very simple and useful.
can use with students
Lynnette Pastrana –
great for letter id
indira c john –
simple and cute
I’m glad you like it 🙂
Simple and Clear. Thanks
Daleen Victor –
Your cards are so awesome but please make the “t” like this. It is confusing the kids without the “tail”.
Maybe the Serif Alphabet would work better for you:
The Rainbow Alphabet t also has a tail:
Lisa Sanchez –
lucky lechiile –
they are simple and good cards
Perfect size for teaching child to spell their name and playing games like memory
I like it, it’s simple and has no distractions.
They are excellent made two copies to tech my grandchild how to spell their names
thank u sharing
Nice and simple – thank you!
I loved these flash cards and I mostly love that they are free!!! Thank you so much cant wait to use them with my preschoolers
Rhiannon Haskell –
Just what I needed!
AGNIESZKA JANAS –
Thanks a lot! 🙂
Excellent and simple
Wonderful easy to use resource!!! THANK YOU!
Thanks a lot
Great and simple
albab goshu –
Just what I was looking for. The cards are clean looking and the font is easy to read. I appreciate the options for uppercase, lowercase, or both on one card. Thanks!
Simple, exactly what I needed!
Thank you everybody for the feedback!
Walaa Marouf –
These flash cards suit all the students from my perspective. I would be grateful if I can print them as well.
These cards are clear and simple with an easy to read font. I really appreciate the choice of size, case, etc. Thanks so much!
Lovie Johnon –
Exactly what I need for my daughter
Renee Morris –
Simple and exactly what we needed, thank you.
Deborah Gleeson –
they are great!
ANA ROSE MANUEL –
It is really wonderful. Thank you so much for this free toddlers ABCs
Jaclyn Sherrard –
Exactly what I needed! Love the font!
Awesome!! Perfect for teaching students to recognize and form their names. Thank you
Eva Chiou –
These Cards Are Amazing! My Son Loves It!
These look awesome but even I don’t have an AD blocker I can’t download the materials.
What browser are you using? Can you try a different one?
It so lovely, and how can I download this document.
Hi! Please read the download section of this page:
It has pictures of where to click and what to do if you can’t see the buttons.
Kim Perano –
Perfect for what I want to use them for.
nice and it can help žema lot
Thank you for these cards! I use it for spelling for my autistic son.
You’re welcome! I hope you both enjoy using them.
Excellent. Exactly what I needed for my student. Easy to download with card size options. Just Perfect. Thank You so much for making this resource available.
These are great! I love the font.
simple fabulous, I like the font… great for primary
Dee Dee –
Perfect for what I need.
I love all your cards. It makes my teaching so much easier Thankyou so much
🙂 Aw that’s sweet.
Great set. Easy, simple, and fast. Thanks for making it easy.
Patrice Brown –
Great cards to use with my students!!
Neethu Herold –
Marianna Afanasieva –
Thanks a lot. We’ve painted these cards, cut them up and organized many different activities.
That’s so nice to hear 😀 – thank you for the feedback!
great for playing make your name
they are perfect for the little one to learn how to spell his name!
Great site for learning 👌 👍
I plan on using the cards for my center time with my 2nd grade class.
great for first grade
This is very helpful, Thank you.
gemma lauro –
highly commendable to be parents and teachers because it has a lot of variation to choose
very clear font excellent resource
Excellent thank u so much its so useful
great! it is so useful for my students
Jung hee Yoo –
Thank you very much!
It’s very useful
Good great wonderful
Sahana priya –
Very usable in the classroom.
Searched all over the internet, these are by far the best ones I’ve come across. Thank You!!
That’s really nice to hear! 🙂 Thanks!
neat and clear
Very good, tq for sharing