It’s time when our little beginners have completed the beginning sounds from a-z and are all set to identify them. It is important to visit alphabet sounds regularly since they form the base for blending.
I am sharing a set of five worksheets where the children have to identify the pictures and write their sounds in the blocks. If children are not comfortable writing beginning sounds, you can have them stamp the sound.
The answers are provided within the pack on a separate sheet. In case your children are finding these worksheets a little challenging, I have a free picture cards activity for beginners. It is a Clip it Cards activity. It is a beginning sounds activity focusing on animals and birds. Since there are only 3 options it will be much easier for the child to get it.
Regular practice for beginning sounds is important during their preschool and kindergarten years. It forms the basis of reading. You can find free ‘a-z picture cards or beginning sound flashcards’ on my website.
If children have not yet begun to write letters on their own, check this ‘Trace the beginning sound pack’ where the beginning sound needs to be traced. I have covered all beginning sounds from a-z in this pack.
It is a zero prep resource and I hope you find it useful. The answers have been provided in the pack.
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.
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