Game for sorting lowercase (regular) letters with Bulgarian form in Cyrillic
The game is suitable for children over 3 years.
Sorting capital letters by forms – for the smaller ones by types of vowels and consonants; consonants in sonorous, soundless and sonorous – for the larger
Playing with lowercase (regular) Cyrillic letters is a free learning resource that will make it easier for children to learn the shapes of lowercase (regular) Cyrillic letters, and larger ones to make it easier to break them down into vowel types. and consonants, and types of consonants.
After downloading the file (pdf, 828 KB) print it. Use colored paper or recycle unnecessary paper. If you have chosen the second option – let the child color the leaves according to the described colors. (Or improvise, but follow the idea of the four colors.) Have the child cut the letters from each sheet that is instructed to cut. If it’s too small, let an older person help. Pour and mix the chopped letters. Place the four sheets on a comfortable flat surface and let the game begin! p.p. You can use thicker paper to keep the cut letters intact for longer. Or laminate them.
What they learn:
> For the little ones – division by shapes and colors. And why not sounds? And get acquainted with the forms of the letters of the Bulgarian Cyrillic alphabet.
> For the bigger ones – the types of letters in our alphabet – vowels, consonants, sound consonants, voiceless consonants, sonorous consonants.