Beginning Sounds Worksheets
Chalk up your first success in phonics with our free printable beginning sounds worksheets! Telling sounds apart is a key literacy skill that kids must be taught early on, so they can read and write with imagination and relish. Kids recognize the beginning sounds in the names of pictures and make one-to-one correspondence between the sounds and letters. Our beginning sounds worksheets pdf, which help master the topic with playful activities and exercises, are a perfect place for children to kick-start their phonics learning.
These worksheets are ideal for students in kindergarten, grade 1, and grade 2.
Let your beginning sounds practice ring lifelike with a bunch of everyday words such as "cow" and "mat". Kindergarten and 1st grade kids are expected to say the name of each picture here and identify the correct beginning sound.
Distinguish between sounds with ease and flair and tell yourself that "k" is for kite and "f" is for fish. In this segment of our beginning sounds worksheets, instruct kids to match the pictures to their beginning sounds.
Prove that your beginning sounds skills are no fluke! Grab this pdf, where kindergarten and grade 1 children complete the name of each picture by saying its name, finding the initial sound, and writing the letter d, h, or f as relevant.
When there's food like sandwich and pizza teaching you beginning sounds, it's tempting! In this part of our beginning sounds worksheets printable, grade 2 kids cut the pictures and glue them against the letters that mark their beginning sound.
Kids in 2nd grade look at each letter and circle the picture whose name begins with the specified beginning sound. Help find the distinction between a letter's name and the sound it makes in words.