FREE Beginning Sounds Worksheets

Monday, October 23, 2017

FREE Beginning Sounds Worksheets

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Kids will have fun practicing identifying alphabet letters and their sounds with these FREE Beginning Sounds Worksheets using do a dot markers! These are perfect for preschool and kindergarten.
Kids will have fun practicing identifying alphabet letters and their sounds with these FREE Beginning Sounds Worksheets using do a dot markers! These are perfect for preschool and kindergartners working on phonics.


It's a question I hear at least once a day. Is it my birthday yet??


My twins will be four in less than a month, and they get it this time. They have thoroughly enjoyed celebrating their 6 and 7-year-olds brothers birthday, but they can't wait for the focus to be on them. They have already decided what cakes they want. My little girl wants a pink Peppa Pig cake, and her brother has decided on a PJ Mask blue cake. And their grandmother, our family cake maker, has agreed to make two cakes this year so both feel special!!


As their birthday quickly approaches, it has been a reminder to step back and see what they need to accomplish academically this year.

Phonics

This year I have a few very simple goals, for my almost four-year-olds. Our first goal is to have a better understanding of time. I have set up a calendar in our school room, and we will be focusing on days, months, dates, and words like yesterday, today, tomorrow, week and month.

  • During our math time, we will be focusing on number recognition and one-to-one correspondence up to 10.
  • I want them to be able to recognize and spell their names.
  • Developing fine motor skills such as cutting and holding pencils are high on my list.
  • And of course, I plan on conquering the alphabet.

phonics

Lower Case Letter Do - A - Dot Printables

My little girl struggles with many learning concepts, and the alphabet has been quite a challenge for her. I am constantly looking for hands on, and fun activities that she enjoy doing and helps her practice letters.

She loves Do-A-Dot markers, and so any learning that involves these markers are a hit with her.

These fun printables are a fun

alphabet black and white

Prep-Work for Lower Case Letter Do - A- Dot Printables

  1. First, print off the page with the letters you want to practice.
  2. Next, grab Do-A-Dot Markers and crayons.
  3. Finally, sit down with your 3 - 6-year-old and have some fun.

How to use!

The lower case letter do-a dot printables are very easy to use, and there is a ton of learning involved. These lower case printables allow them to practice saying vocabulary words, work on letter recognition, beginning sounds, and fine motor skills! I love to use them for preschoolers and kindergarten students who need to review beginning sounds.

alphabet sound match

All the children need to do is.....
  1. Say the name of the picture in the first box.
  2. Figure out what letter the name of the picture starts with
  3. Find the lower case letter
  4. Dot it with the Do - A - Dot markers
  5. To further practice fine motor skills, the students can color in the pictures


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Rachel is a homeschool mom to four little ones, ages 2 to 6. She is a former public elementary teacher, and has recently began blogging at her page You’ve Got This. You can also find her on Facebook and Pinterest.




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