Letter Roll was designed to help students practice recognizing uppercase and lowercase letters. You can use this as a worksheet or laminate for a reusable game. Just print and add dice.
There are 15 Letter Roll practice pages. There are 5 uppercase and lowercase letter pages, 5 uppercase only pages, and 5 lowercase only pages.
Students will roll the dot cube, say the letter name in the corresponding column and color it. They will roll the dot cube again and repeat. If they roll the same number again, they will say the next letter in the column and cover it. They will continue to play until all of the spaces have been covered.
You can have students take turns and play with a partner. Each player needs their own game board. The first player to complete a column or entire board (you choose the objective) is the winner.
You can also slide the page in a page protector for students to use as centers, fast finishers, or morning tub. Students can plastic cubes to cover their answers. Another option is to use mini erasers with jumbo tweezers to incorporate fine motor practice.