When you’re a beginning reader, there is a lot to learn! Help making learning to read more fun with these ready-to-print FREE Initial Letter Sounds Activities.
This FREE Initial Letter Sounds Activities unit is designed to help you practice beginning letter sounds with your kids. Each page includes an uppercase and a lowercase traceable letter from A to Z. Students can trace the letters while you talk about the sounds the letter makes.
Next, you can have your student name the objects on the page. Help them listen to the name of each object and choose which ones start with the sound of the letter on that page.
Students can then color the images that start with that sound or circle the correct pictures, whichever they prefer. It’s easy, no-prep, reading fun for your little learners! Scroll down to get your FREE instant download!
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