Have you ever thought of using beginning sounds picture cards or flashcards to practice beginning sounds with your little learners? Kids love everything in the form of cards and these colourful cards will children learn their alphabets in no time. These beginning sounds picture cards help kids understand alphabet sounds better and makes it easier for them to remember.
These cute beginning sounds picture cards are perfect for teaching or reviewing beginning sounds. These can be used as flashcards, wall labels etc. There are four alphabet cards per page and each card shows the uppercase and lowercase letter along with two pictures that correlates with the beginning sound.
In the above card, I have created the 4 confusing lowercase alphabets b, d, p and q in the same colour. These cards can be used for letter discrimination. For b and d letter reversal resources, check this space.
I have used the same colour for the five vowels. This can also be used to teach consonant and vowels to children.
Print out these phonics word family cards on card stock and cut them into strips. Since these word family cards will be used heavily, you can laminate them for durability. If card stock is not possible, try 100 GSM A4 sheets like these.
Engage your students with these alphabet picture cards to reinforce beginning literacy skills. This printable is perfect for phonological awareness practice.
These alphabet flashcards which are ideal for use in games and activities on beginning sound awareness can also be used in the classroom for the display wall. For more free beginning sound activities, click here.
Phonics flashcards are useful in helping children make a connection between the pictures that they identify with what they have seen for real and the sound that picture makes.
I also created flashcards for digraph sounds ch, sh, th, wh, ph and kn. For free digraph worksheets, go here.
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For more beginning sound worksheets and activities, check this space.