Alphabet sounds is the first step for our curious learners who are learning to read. Understanding the beginning sounds of words lays the foundation for the phonological-awareness. This awareness will help them sound out letters as they begin reading.
I have prepared yet another alphabet sounds set for my beginners. It is the beginning sound match.
For each sound that’s in the centre, there are two pictures beginning with that sound. One picture is to the right and the other is to the left.
Match the beginning sounds with the pictures. These worksheets work best when revisiting sounds or when you have completed five sounds in alphabetical order.
These grasp crayons in the picture above are perfect for preschool children. They are easy to grip and help the child transition from grasp to grip formation. A must have with my 3-year olds. You can find them here.
The answers have been provided on a separate sheet within the pack.
qu makes the sound /kw/. ‘q’ does not make any sound on its own.
It is a zero prep resource. I hope your little learners will have fun matching and colouring these sheets.
If you have just begun beginning sounds with your child, I suggest you check this section of my blog. It has a-z beginning sound packs for preschoolers which shall help in teaching the sound individually. All the packs are free to download.