Beginning Sounds Distance Learning

Beginning Sounds Distance Learning
Beginning Sounds Distance Learning
Beginning Sounds Distance Learning
Beginning Sounds Distance Learning
Beginning Sounds Distance Learning
Beginning Sounds Distance Learning
  • Product Description
  • StandardsNEW

This 13 page print and go pack has 9 graphics on each page. Each graphic has two letters under it. Each page only focuses on two letter sounds. Students are to color the letter for the correct beginning sound to match each picture. Students could also circle the correct letter sound for each picture if you prefer that over coloring or use bingo stampers to stamp the correct letter for the beginning sounds.

These sheets can also be laminated or placed in page protectors and put in a binder for a literacy center. Students would use dry erase markers to circle the correct beginning sound for each picture.

The PREVIEW shows all pages included in the resource.

This makes a great morning work activity, homework, literacy center, or review for letters and sounds.

The following names all pictures on the 13 pages to see the two letters focused on for each page.

Page 1: (B and P) ball, popcorn, pants, book, pig, bench, pizza, butterfly, pencil

Page 2: (T and D) desk, doll, table, door, tie, dollar, dig, turtle, tomato

Page 3: (K and G) gate, kangaroo, gum, ghost, key, king, kite, ketchup, golf

Page 4: (I and O) igloo, iguana, octopus, olive, ink, ostrich, ox, insect, otter

Page 5: (F and V) vacuum, finger, vase, vest, vegetable, fish, football, fire, volcano

Page 6: (S and Z) sandwich, scissors, zebra, seven, zipper, zoo, sock, zero, sun

Page 7: (N and M) neck, mailbox, necklace, nest, mask, night, numbers, mitten, mushroom

Page 8: (W and H) wall, watermelon, window, helicopter, hat, worm, ham, hammer, heart

Page 9: (R and L) rabbit, lamp, rain, ladybug, ring, leaf, robot, leg, rose

Page 10: (C and X) candle, candy, cookie, x-ray fish, x-ray, can, cup, xylophone, cupcake

*******NOTE: (I hate looking for clip art for x as a beginning sound, but I did want to include it. Make sure you have taught that x can be a borrower and borrows from the /z/ sound as in xylophone. Borrowing from the /ks/ sound is what I usually refer to the most with x at the end of words, but this is a beginning sound pack.)

Page 11: (Q and Y) yogurt, yak, queen, question mark, yarn, quilt, quiet (boy with finger over lips), yo-yo, yard

Page 12: (A and E) alligator, elbow, elevator, astronaut, elf, ambulance, elk, ask (person with speech bubble showing question mark), antlers

Page 13: (J and U) umbrella, jacket, jelly, juice, under, jump rope, uncle, jet, up (child pointing up)

**********Please follow me by clicking on the green star by my picture above to be notified of new products and freebies!**********

FREEBIES!!!! (Over 60 to choose from)

Please leave me some feedback!

You may also like:

Beginning Sounds A-Z (Cut and Paste)

Beginning Sounds A-Z (Write the Beginning Sounds)

Beginning Sounds Match Up (Cut and Paste)

Beginning Sounds (B and P) Write the Room

Beginning Sounds (D and T) Write the Room

Please visit me at:





Thanks for stopping by!

Sherry Clements

Log in 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.
Total Pages
13 pages
Answer Key
Teaching Duration
Report this Resource to TpT
Reported resources will be reviewed by our team. Report this resource to let us know if this resource violates TpT’s content guidelines.
Digital Download
Share this resource
Report this resource to TpT
Sherry Clements

Sherry Clements

More products from Sherry Clements
Product Thumbnail
Product Thumbnail
Product Thumbnail
Product Thumbnail
Product Thumbnail

Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials.

Learn More

Keep in Touch!

Sign Up