These beginning sounds printable worksheets provide students a hands on, engaging way to practice letter sound correspondence.
Cut and glue - Students cut, sort, and glue the beginning sound pictures onto the appropriate letter column.
Matching - Students say the name of each picture, draw a line to the correct beginning sound and write the letter on the line.
Pictures - Students say the name of each picture and write the beginning sound.
Each week will spiral continually build upon each other, reviewing only letters that have been taught so far.
There are 4 pages of each of the 3 activities per letter (a total of 12 pages per letter) with the exception of M. Since it's the beginning letter, it only has 4 pages for the student to color the pictures with beginning sound of M.
Order of alphabet is as follows:
M, T, A, S, P, C, I, B, N, R, D, K, F, O, H, L, G, E, J, W, X, U, V, Z, Y, Q
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