Alphabet Matching Beginning Sound Puzzles Uppercase Lowercase Short Long Vowels

Grade Levels
PreK - K, Homeschool
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16 pages
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Alphabet Matching Beginning Sounds Puzzles will be a hit with your preschoolers and kindergarteners! These 2-piece beginner puzzles will have your students begging for more. The thick black lines make it easy to cut these out and match the pieces together.

Each word has the first letter written in red to make it easier for the student to focus on the initial letter and sound.

Included is the following:

  1. Set of capital letters
  2. Set of lowercase letters
  3. Long vowel set (in both uppercase and lowercase)

Total: 62 puzzles

Each letter will match its beginning sound to an object begins with that sound.


Aa - Apple

Bb - Books

Cc - Castle

Dd - Dog

Ee - Elephant

Ff - Fish

Gg - Girl

Hh - Heart

Ii -Igloo

Jj - Jellyfish

Kk - King

Ll - Leaf

Mm - Mitten

Nn - Nose

Oo - Octopus

Pp - Penguin

Qq - Queen

Rr - Rainbow

Ss - Star

Tt - Tomato

Uu - Umbrella

Vv - Vase

Ww - Watermelon

Xx - X-ray

Yy - Yarn

Zz - Zebra

Long vowel Aa - Acorn

Long vowel Ee - Eagle

Long vowel Ii - Ice Cream

Long vowel Oo - Old

Long vowel Uu - Unicorn

How to use these Alphabet Matching Sounds Puzzles:

  • These puzzles are a great way for students to practice beginning letter sounds. Give them the object and have them find the matching letter. Or vice versa, give them the letter and have them find the object that has the beginning sound as the letter.
  • You can do this activity with capitals or lowercase or even a mixture of both.
  • This activity would work great for independent practice too! Use velcro dots to make a file folder game for morning work or center activities.
Total Pages
16 pages
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Demonstrate basic knowledge of one-to-one letter-sound correspondences by producing the primary sound or many of the most frequent sounds for each consonant.


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