Years ago, I published a simple game for children to learn to match capital letters with lower-case letters. Most of my alphabet books only use one type of letter, so when I went to teach the other type, my children were upset about it.
Every. single. time.
And so I created this game. It was an attempt to encourage them to joyfully accept the fact that every letter has an upper and lower case.
Oh, the things children get upset over!
When I saw another website debut a similar game about a year ago, I downloaded a copy, hoping that it would be something I could point you all to. You see, my game was great when when I first made it, but not very beautiful. Graphic design has come a looooong way since then.
The problem is that the other game wasn’t right. The letters were not laid out properly on the lines. I’m a firm believer that when we show children letters on manuscript paper, it needs to be done exactly as we’d expect them to write the letters. Writing follows reading, after all.
My only option was to update my own. I used a number of different fonts in order to make sure that every single letter appeared exactly as it should be written. And it turned out great, if I do say so myself!
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