Do you have plastic Easter eggs around your house? If so, you can easily turn them into an uppercase-lowercase matching game for the letters of the alphabet! We used letter stickers, but it would have been so much easier if we just used a permanent marker! Duh. We put the letters on the "front" and the "back" of the egg, so it would be easier for her to find the letter on the egg without having to turn them completely around.
All the eggs will store perfectly in a gallon-sized freezer bag. Dump them out, and let your child make the matches. When the eggs are completely matched, see if your child can lay them out in the order they appear in the alphabet. During the game, you can talk about the sound each letter makes.