Basic Skills Task Cards: Fall Letters for Special Education and Early Childhood

Type: digital

These 7 sets of literacy task cards are aligned to common core standards and make great back-to-school tools for centers in younger elementary classrooms or in work systems and instruction in special education classrooms.  They focus on basic matching letters with capitals, lower case, and pictures of items to match to beginning sounds. The use of task cards allows you to differentiate instruction easily by selecting the set or the individual cards they need.  And they are easier to assemble than file folder activities.

This Product is Available in These Bundles

Structured Work System Starter Bundle Autism Basic Skills Kit and Tasks
Autism Basic Skills Matching Tasks Bundle

What's Included?

  • 148 multiple-choice task cards matching letters to letters and matching beginning letters to pictures (see picture below for descriptions of the 7 sets of cards)
  • 26 letter cards with 26 pictures to make a matching task or game to match letters to letters or match letters to items.
  • 18 additional pictures of seasonal vocabulary to match to letters

Core Standard Alignment

CCSS ELA-Literacy RF.K.1d Recognize and and name all upper- and lowercase letters of the alphabet

No Product Will Be Mailed to You. You will need to print and create the product yourself.

This product is an electronic file download Adobe Acrobat file or a Zip File. No product will be mailed to you.  You are responsible for assuring you have the needed software to open and print it. 

Directions for construction are included in the file.  Make sure you are opening it with Adobe Acrobat Reader (find it free here) and following the printing instructions included in the download.

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This product is copyrighted by Christine Reeve for use in one classroom. They may not be copied for additional classes without purchasing extra licenses. For bulk discounts, please email me at