It’s so important for children to know the proper sounds that each letter in the alphabet makes. Kids can then use those letter sounds to sound out and decode words, leading to better reading and spelling later on down the road.
That’s the goal of this eduprintable – to get kids on the path of learning the correct letter sound with easily recognizable images.
Kids should look at each image, say the word, and then repeat the sound the first letter of the word makes three times.
For example, for letter a, your student would say “apple”. Then put their finger on each of the letter bubbles and say “a” each time. There are three bubbles, so they will make the “a” sound three times, which will help reinforce their memory and associate the letter with its sound.
Here are a couple of sample pages:
– Alphabet Flashcards
– Read-Aloud Alphabet Book
– What Sound Does the Letter Make?
– Letter Diary, Trace and Write Uppercase Letters
– Letter Diary, Trace and Write Lowercase Letters
– Letter Mazes with Uppercase Letters
– Letter Mazes with Lowercase Letters