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Alphabet games: Bring me game for kids

This is a simple, but highly effective literacy game for preschoolers and younger primary / first grade children. It is part of our premium site, so join up, and you can download it without paying a penny. You also get 90% of the rest of our premium resources for free too.

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What is included within this Alphabet game?

One page of printable to give lots of fun!

We have two versions of the game for you. This is because we know that it can be difficult to print out in color, so we have created this bring me game in black and white for you as well.

That means that if it is a little expensive for you to print in color, you have an alternative.

Ways to play the bring me game

There are a few ways that you can play the bring me game with your children:

Bring me an item

This is the traditional version of the bring me game, and it is wonderful for helping kids to recognise their letters, as well as making those connections between the letters on their page, and the items around them in the real world.

  1. Print out the sheet using the link below (scroll down to the button, join our free Time to Pee membership club and download from the site),
  2. Ask your child (or class) to bring you something beginning with the letter you choose. Mix it up a bit for older children in particularly. You can do the letters in order to help teach the alphabet too. Prompting your kids, and asking them what letter is next. You can even ask them to point to the letters, tell you what the letter is, and then choose that one. You can use the letter choice as a learning opportunity without them even knowing it is one! 😂
  3. Off your child goes, and then brings you back an item with that starting letter; cross off that letter as done,
  4. Move on to the next letter, and
  5. Continue until you have finished all the letters on the page.

This is such a simple, but really effective little idea for kids – they’ll have loads of fun doing it with you, and they are working on their literacy skills at the same time.

Alphabet game: The treasure hunt!

If you would like to try something a little different with this game then how about giving this a go instead?

  1. Print out THREE versions of the sheet, so you have three copies of all the letters,
  2. Cut out each of the letters, and hide around the room or anywhere in the house, or if it is good weather, how about in the garden too?
  3. While you are hiding them, make a note on one of the spare sheets where you have hidden them. This is to make sure you don’t forget where they all are *been there, done that*
  4. Use the final sheet of the three you printed as a reference to ask your child to bring all of the letters to you
  5. You can either:
    1. Get them to bring them to you in alphabet order,
    2. Think of words that they can make with them – and tell you what they are. This is good to do with CVC words that only have one of each letter in of course, e.g. CAT, PIN, MUD, etc,
    3. Do them randomly just because!
  6. Once you have them all, you can get your child to put all the letters in order, or alternatively make some words with them for a bit of added fun. How many can they make with the letters they have?

We hope you like these ideas – time to get the printables right?

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We do have a few more ideas for games and activities on the site around literacy and reading too, so check these out as well:

Languages and Reading

Some ideas for you around languages and reading from an early age.

And how about some more ideas off KiddyCharts too:

Phonics activities from around the web

More ideas for Phonics activities from off site - why not have an explore?

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Helen is a mum to two, social media consultant, and website editor; and this site is (we think) the only Social Enterprise parenting magazine! Since giving up being a business analyst when juggling travel, work and kids proved too complicated, she founded KiddyCharts so she could be with her kids, and use those grey cells at the same time. KiddyCharts has reach of over 1.1million across social and the site. The blog works with big family brands (including travel) to help promote their services, as well as offering free resources to parents of kids under 10. It gives 51%+ profits to Reverence for Life, who fund a number of important initiatives in Africa, including bringing running water and basic equipment to a school in Tanzania. Helen has worked as a digital marketing consultant (IDM qualified) with various organisations, including Channel Mum, Truprint, Talk to Mums, and Micro Scooters. She loves to be creative in the brand campaigns she works on. Get in touch TODAY!

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