The purpose of this post is to share with you this collection of helpful letter pickers that you can use to generate random letters.  Regardless of the purpose for which you want to use these alphabet generators whether you want help with generating a strong password or whether you want to use them with you students to enhance their vocabulary skills, these letter generators are definitely worth considering.

All of these letter pickers simple and easy to use almost with no learning curve. They are also  free and do not require any login or registration. Depending on the tool you select, they offer various features from generating single and sequence letters to supporting different languages. Go through the collection and select the one that works best for you.  

How to use letter generators with students and kids?

Random letter generators are great tools to use with kids and students in various activities but more specifically in vocabulary-focused activities. For example, you can use them in word games to help students practice and develop their (ESL) vocabulary. Simply generate random sequences of letters and ask students to come with words that start or end with the selected letters. 

To make the game  more competitive, you can time it so that students are only given a limited timeframe to come up with responses. You can also arrange students in circles (use these random name generators for help) and get them to play the word game in order and whoever fails to come up with the word gets removed from the circle till only the winner remains. You can use these random name pickers and random group generators  to help you easily and quickly set up teams in your class.

You can even increase the difficulty level of the game by adding more rules and specifications to the games. For instance,  ask students to come up with words that belong to a single thematic category such as animals, food, sports, etc. Or instruct them to provide only verbs or nouns or names, etc. 

Another way to use letter generators with kids is by generating random letters that kids can draw on to come up with words of objects in their immediate environment. Kids first spell the word or pronounce it (to practice speaking skills) then point to the object in the room. 

Indeed, word games can be so much fun and are proven ways to develop vocabulary skills and enhance language learning. When it comes to the use of letter generators in teaching the sky’s the limit and you can use across different subjects and not necessarily language classes. 

Letter picker tools

1. Letter Picker Wheel
Letter Picker Wheel allows you to generate random letters using a wheel. The way this alphabet generator works is easy: First select one of the five input options: A to Z/ a to z, Consonant, Vowel, Uppercase + Lowercase, or Custom letter (provide your own letters, words or sentences). Next, choose among the four styles provided: Uppercase, Lowercase, Uppercase and lowercase, or Original. Once done, click on the SPIN button to generate random letters.

You can use the tool’s settings to customize the wheel the way you want. For instance, you can adjust the spinning speed level, spinning duration, enable manual stop button, mute sound, disable confetti, change wheel colours, change background colour, and more. 

Picker Wheel offers two types of modes: a normal mode and an elimination mode. The normal mode lets you keep all the available letters as they are. The elimination mode, on the other hand, removes the current generated letters from the total available letters for your next spin. You can always track removed alphabets in the history section.

2. Random Letter Generator by Capitalize My Title

Capitalize My Title has this handy random letter generator that enables you to generate random letters in numerous languages including English, German, French, Spanish, Chinese, Greek, and many more.

The the tool works is simple and easy:choose the number of letter you want to generate, select a seperator (that is whether you want the collection of letters to have space, appear horizontally next to each other or vertically one under the other), select the language of your choice, then choose whether you want the generated letters to be in capital letters or lowercase letters or a mixture of both and whether you want to include symbols in the generated collections. Once dones,  click on Generate Letters and copy the results from the box on the right hand side.

3. Random Letter Generator by GIGA Calculator

This is another alphabet generator that allows you to generate random letters from the English alphabet. The tool also supports custom input enabling you to generate letters from words or sentences you provide. Here is how it works: 

First, enter letters separated by a comma or space, choose whether you want to generate single letters or a sequence of letters, select whether you want the generated letters to be capitalized or in lowercase then click on the ‘generate random letter’ button “to essentially perform a dice roll, but with a die with as many sides as the alphabet entered.”

4. Random Letter Generator by The Word Counter

The Random Letter Generator is a letter picker that works pretty much the same way as the previous alphabet generators. Start by choosing the number of letters you want to generate, pick a language of your choice (e.g., French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Japanese, Spanish, Chinese, etc), select your desired style (capital letters, lowercase letters, or both), choose if you want to enable duplicates or not then click on Generate Random Letter button.