Letter Discrimination Vowel/Consonant Maze FREEBIE
Are you looking for a way to help your youngest learners differentiate letters and practice their vowel versus consonant discrimination at the same time?
Then this is just for you!
This page is set up to help children differentiate between different letters and the various fonts they will see in the world. These worksheets are great for helping a child who is just learning letters or they make a great review for the child who knows all of his/her letters.
**Some letters can be tricky! I have included uppercase I’s without the “top hat and feet” so children may mistake them as lowercase L’s. However, I think it is important for students to realize that letters can look a variety of different ways in our world! I did not purposely set out to confuse children, but this could happen from time to time.
Included in this FREE preview is a vowel/consonant discrimination maze.
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The child should be able to complete the sheets independently. These worksheets can be used during phonics, reading, writing, or center time!
Thanks for looking!