This alphabet letter recognition assessment is perfect for teaching and assessing uppercase letter recognition and lowercase letter recognition. Students need to identify the uppercase and lowercase letters shown by reading the capital letters and lowercase letters. As a teacher, do this alphabet letter recognition assessment with your student to find out which letters they recognize and which letters they need to work on. This assessment tests a wide variety of uppercase and lowercase letters that will give you a good idea where your students are and what they need help with. This alphabet letter recognition assessment can be used with Preschool and Kindergarten students to check for understanding and also find out which letters they know and which letters they don't yet know.
How to use this Alphabet Letter Recognition Assessment
An alphabet letter recognition assessment like this one can be used as a one-on-one activity with your child where you and your child both have the assessment in front of you. While your child reads the uppercase and lowercase letters from left to right, take note of which letters they say correctly and which letters they do not yet know. If they say a letter wrong, or do not recognize the letter, or get it mixed up with a different letter, simply circle those letters on your assessment so that you can go over them with the child when they are finished.
Another way to use this alphabet letter recognition assessment is with a whole group for a quick check for understanding. Just project this assessment on a whiteboard, or print one for each student, and have the students read aloud the uppercase and lowercase letters. You can do this assessment individually, in a small group. or as a whole group assessment to check for understanding.