Phonics Printables

Initial Consonant Sounds - b, c, d, f, g, h

big yellow duck with two small ducks on its back

Our phonics printables make a great supplement to any language arts program.  

Preschoolers and kindergartners -- or anyone just learning beginning sounds -- will find the pages here to be just right for them.

On each worksheet, students are asked to match each picture to one of three consonants. They'll also need to trace both the upper and lower case letters.

Use the links at the bottom of the page to find more phonics worksheets at different levels of difficulty.

Printable #1 - B,C and D words

Printable version of both pages

phonics printable - BCD words

Printable #2 - F, G and H words

phonics printable - FGH words

Remember to get both of these Phonics Printables for your students!

More Phonics Printables

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J, K, and L Words - Another fun page that uses a different format from the pages above.

M and N Words - Super-fun page to color and practice words that begin with two sometimes confusing letters.

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Lots of Leaves! - Students will discern long and short vowel sounds as they complete this appealing page.

Short vowel Worksheets - 5 easy worksheets to practice the short vowel sounds for a, e, i, o and u.

Additional Phonics Resources

mini game board for phonic games

ABC Phonics Poem - A fun and funny way to learn about initial sounds!

Phonics Flash Cards - A free printable set for the entire alphabet. Pictures of animals and familiar objects will help your kids learn initial consonant sounds.

Picture This Phonic Game - We think your early learners will enjoy this activity featuring short vowel words.  Which player can cover the most pictures?

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Picture Perfect Game - More engaging pictures on this game board, featuring long vowel words. Fun for everyone!

Free Preschool Games for Phonics - 3 simple adaptations of familiar formats with a phonics twist. Try our versions of "I Spy," "Hide and Seek" and "I'm Going on a Trip." What fun ways to learn!

A Pickle or a Tickle  and  Stand Up, Sit Down:  Two fun preschool games for children! Your students will need to listen carefully to initial consonant sounds as they play these entertaining games. 

Remember that phonics should be taught as a tool for decoding words. Just to learn sounds, letters and rules will have little meaning for students unless they are learning to read words in context for meaning.

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