On this phonics sounds worksheet, students are asked to identify the
words with long
vowel sounds. Then they'll
color those leaves and write those words on the tree. Fun, right?
Use the links at the bottom of the page to find more phonics printables at varying levels of difficulty, or view our entire collection.
Give your students more practice learning letter sounds using
these free resources from Spelling Words Well:
Picture Perfect! - Here's a fun printable phonics game in which children identify long vowel words.
Picture This Phonic Game - We think your early learners will enjoy this activity featuring short vowel words. Which player can cover the most pictures?
Let your child sound out 3 words in each group, decide the first letter
of all the words in the set, then click the big button to check his
Which One and Alphabetical Objects: Two free preschool activities that you can do with your child around the house, in the car, or in the classroom. The only supplies required are a few everyday items.
Letter Lane - A phomenic awareness board game that features beginning consonant sounds for the letters b,d,f and m. No reading is necessary.
Printables - 2 super-simple worksheets for beginners,
letters b, c, d, f, g, and h as initial consonants
Fit for a King Worksheet
- Another great worksheet that provides practice with initial
consonants. This one features the letters j, k and l.
Note This! - Super-fun page to color and practice words that begin with two sometimes confusing letters, m and n.