The purpose of this post is to share with you this collection of useful letter pickers that you can use to generate random letters. No matter what you want to use these alphabet generators for, whether you want help generating a strong password or whether you want to use them with your students to improve their vocabulary skills, these letter generators are definitely worth having examined.
All of these letter selector tools are simple and easy to use with almost no training required. They are also free and require no login or registration. Depending on the tool you choose, they offer different features from generating single and consecutive letters to supporting different languages. Browse through the collection and choose the one that works best for you.
How to use letter generators with students and children?
Random letter generators are great tools to use with children and students in a variety of activities, but especially in vocabulary focused activities. For example, you can use them in word games to help students practice and develop their (ESL) vocabulary. Just generate random sequences of letters and ask students to come up with words that start or end with the chosen letters.
Another way to use letter generators with children is by generating random letters that children can draw to make up words of objects in their immediate environment. Children first write the word or say it (to practice speaking skills), then point to the object in the room.
Letter selection tools
1. Letter selection wheel
Letter selection wheel allows you to generate random letters using a wheel. How this alphabet generator works is simple: First select one of five input options: A to Z/a to z, consonant, vowel, uppercase + lowercase or custom letter (provide your own letters, words or sentences). Then choose between the four styles provided: uppercase, lowercase, uppercase and lowercase, or original. Once done, click the ROTATE button to generate random letters.
You can use the tool settings to customize the wheel however you want. For example, you can adjust the spin speed level, spin duration, enable manual stop button, mute sound, disable confetti, change wheel colors, change background color, etc.
2. Random Letter Generator by Capitalize My Title
Capitalize my title has this handy random letter generator that allows you to generate random letters in many languages including English, German, French, Spanish, Chinese, Greek and many more.
3. Random letter generator from the GIGA calculator
This is another thing alphabet generator which allows you to generate random letters from the English alphabet. The tool also supports custom input, allowing you to generate letters from words or sentences you provide. Here’s how it works:
4. Random Letter Generator from The Word Counter
The random letter generator is a letter picker that works much the same way as previous alphabet generators. Start by selecting the number of letters you want to generate, select a language of your choice (eg French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Japanese, Spanish, Chinese, etc.), select the desired style (uppercase, lowercase or both), select whether you want to enable duplicates or not, then click the Generate Random Letter button.