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L Blends Worksheets

Kids will have fun learning to listen for blends in words and spelling with these free printable l blends worksheets for kindergarten, first grade, and 2nd grade students.

FREE L blends Worksheets - Kids will have fun learning to listen for blends in words and spelling with these free printable l blends worksheets for kindergarten, first grade, and 2nd grade students.

L Blends

Part of being able to read is hearing sounds and knowing which letters make that sound.  In the beginning, this isn’t too hard. Our little ones learn the sound the b makes and that it words like bat, bee, and bus start with that sound.

Then they learn that sometimes the c and the k can sometimes make the same sound. Let’s just make reading a struggle. And next, we jump into blends. And now we combine two letters to make one new sound. Our poor kiddos!

So today we have an activity to help our small readers recognize “L” blend sounds, and the letters that make up this new sound.

L Blends activity with free printable worksheet and pencil or dry erase mearkers for kindergartners, 1st graders and grade 2

L Blends Worksheets

Whether you are a parent, teacher, or homeschooler – you will love this fun phonics activity for kidnergarten, first grade, and 2nd grade students. So this activity has three different ways to be used.

Start out by scrolling to the bottom of the post, under the terms of use, and clicking on the text link that says >> Download <<.  The pdf file will open in a new window for to print and save. Now print that pages in color.

Cut and paste blends, kindergarten worksheets for working on phonics and reading readiness

Phonics Worksheets

Cut and Paste “L” blends

For this activity, you will want to print off all the pages, and then print off page 8 twice. Next, gather up glue and scissors, and you are ready to go.  As always, we want to begin by saying the word each picture represents and having your child repeat after you.

This is important for two reasons.

  1. Many children have trouble pronouncing the “l” blend sounds, and this gives them practice.
  2. It also gives you a chance to emphasize the sound, make it easier for our little ones to hear and consequently figure out which letters make up that sound.

Once you do that, then let them try it out. Stay close by so you can repeat the word if they are choosing the wrong “l” blend.

And that’s it. Enjoy this simple “L” blend cut and paste to help children practice saying the “l” blends and knowing which letters make them.

fun, hands on Phonics Worksheets using magnetic tiles with kinders, grade 1

Using Letters

I personally like this way the best, but I personally didn’t have enough of the letter l. I suggest printing on cardstock, laminating, or putting in a page protector for durability – especially if they will be used in a literacy center in a classroom.  You will need need magnetic letters: bl, cl, fl, gl, pl, and sl

Writing Blends

Another great way to do this activity is to have children write out the letters. I slipped pages 3 – 7 in a folder and let my boy write out the letters that would make the correct blend.

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Rachel

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.

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