If your child is working on learning the sounds letters make, this Beginning Sound Activities for Kindergarten is a fun way to practice that new skill! In this letter sound activities for kindergarten students will help the done get his bone by marking the item with the same beginning sound as the letter on the top of the clip card. Simply print beginning sounds activities and you are ready to play and learn with this cute Initial Sound Activity.
Beginning Sound Activities for Kindergarten
Kindergarten kids will love these dog themed beginning sounds clip cards! Looking for a fun way to reinforce letter sounds? These printable puzzle cards will kids identifying the beginning sound letter and pictures, then match them and use pegs to show their answers.
Letter sound activities for kindergarten
To prepare this hand-on initial sounds activity all you need are:
clothespins to mark answers
Print as many sets as you need for the number of students in your class – you could also print these cards in greyscale (choose this option before you print them out).
Beginning sounds activities
Need an engaging beginning sounds activity this August? These fun puzzle cards will get kids to identify the letter shown on the dog card, then find the matching beginning sound and cllcipping it on the same card. Firstly, have the beginning sounds cards in a deck and then spread the pegs out so kids know what to do next.The kids will then choose a letter card, they identify the letter on it ‘b’ and the start sounding out the beginning sounds on the card. Once they find it, they take a peg and clip the beginning sound. They continue this until all their cards are done. Another way you could play this game is print it out in greyscale with two or three pages on one sheet, then tell the kids to cut and paste the cards into their notebooks. These will make for great keepsakes or even independent practice. Want to extend this activity? Have the kids colour in the beginning sound letter in one colour and the wrong sounds in another.
Initial Sound Activity
Want to challenge your kids further? Play these game as a scavenger hunt! Place the beginning sound picture cards around the room and then have the kids go looking for the matching picture cards. They can do this in a group as a competitive fun game!
Beginning Sounds Activities
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