It might be handy to have a set of animal flash cards, and if you're going to make one, why not choose twenty-six animals, one for each letter of the alphabet? This is what I've done. These pictures are all in the public domain; use them as you see fit.
Here are some
ODP slide show files that you can use to practice teaching or reviewing the above twenty-six animals. If you're a teacher with a computer or projector in your classroom, you can use these slides like you would any other flash card set. Go through them one at a time practicing pronunciation. To review, the Rewind Game works well. The rules for the Rewind Game are simple: All together, students say the cards, one card after another, going through the deck. When they make a mistake or don't speak together, rewind one or two or three cards, and then continue.
- Alphabet Animals with Letters. Each picture is on its own slide with the first letter of the word in the corner.
- Alphabet Animals with Names. Each picture is on its own slide with the animal name across the bottom.
- Alphabet Animals Review Sheet. Two A3 sheets. Each sheet has all the animals on it. The first page displays the animals and first letters, and the second page displays the animals and their names.