Phonics Beginning sounds a-z – Sort the pictures!
As our little learners get acquainted with beginning sounds, it is important that they keeping revisiting these sounds and learn to differentiate between the sounds.
This picture sort pack has been designed just for that. You can sort pictures for four sounds at a time in alphabetical order.
In this worksheet, the child needs to differentiate among the four sounds ‘a b c d.’ Sometimes, it can be overwhelming and tricky for the little one. Instead of four, you can try two sounds at a time. It all depends on the comfort of the child. You can do all four sounds together the next time when you feel your child is up for it.
Trust me, your kiddo is going to love this activity and would not mind doing it again. Before handing the child a worksheet, I first like to revise the sounds with the child so please make sure you do that. I make them practice using Jolly Phonics jingles and also using objects in the house.
Objects in the house- For the sound ‘a’ – an apple or ants
For the sound ‘b’ – a bat or a ball or a box or the balcony
For the sound ‘c’- curtains, a car or a clock or cooler
For the sound ‘d’- The door or a doll or the dining table.
These things are more or less always available in the house. With this activity, the child learns the names of new things in the house and since the child will be seeing these things everyday, she will remember it better.
I prefer such organic methods of teaching children. These methods are stress free, zero preparation and help in building a good bond with the child.
Let your kiddo colour the images and tell you what is on those images.
I have prepared these worksheets for all the 26 letters of the English language.
Regarding the sound ‘qu’, ‘q’ and ‘u’ come together to make the sound /kw/. For sound /x/, stick the pictures that have the sound /x/ in them. It may not be in the beginning.
The answers are provided in the pack.
To download it, click on the pack below.
I hope you find this resource useful.