Alphabet Go Fish
Print out two sets of alphabet cards (you could print one set of upper case and one set of lower case if appropriate) and deal five cards to each player. Place remaining cards in a stack face down in the middle of the table. Players check their hands for any pairs, and place them face up in front of them if they have any. The youngest player then asks a player of his choice whether he has a particular card. If he does, he must hand it over, and the pair can be placed on the table. If he doesn't, he says "Go Fish", and the first player must take a card from the centre pile. The winner is the first player to put all their cards down on the table.
ALPHABET GO FISH DEMO OF A CARD GAME FOR CHILDREN LEARNING TO READ AND WHAT IT IS WORTH THE CARDS FEATURE AN ANIMAL OR OBJECT STARTING WITH THE PARTICULAR LETTER WHICH IS CENTERED THEN UNDERNEATH THE WORD IS WRITTEN
Alphabet Go Fish/Memory Game - uppercase and lowercase letters in one set to play Matching games or Go Fish. Great for Pre-School or Pre-K kiddos who are learning their letters!
Cards: 56 pages; Publisher: School Zone Publishing Company; Game Cards
edition (June 1, 1999). My preschooler loves playing this alphabet go fish