On this phonics worksheet,
students will write the first letter of some easily-recognizable
objects. Then they'll write more words of their own for each of the
three featured consonants.
Use the links at the bottom of the page to find more phonics printables at different levels of difficulty and for different vowel and consonant sounds.
On this page, students will add the correct beginning consonant for each picture. We've chosen easily recognizable images so that children can work on their own. Students will also write more words that begin with the same letters.
B, C, D, F, G, and H
- Two pages that are simple for your youngest phonics students to
M and N Words - Super-fun page to color and practice words that begin with two sometimes confusing letters.
Lots of Leaves! -
Students will discern long and short vowel sounds as they complete this
Start the Picture and Winter Fun - 2 worksheets for more practice with beginning consonants and consonant blends
Short vowel Worksheets - 5 easy worksheets to practice the short vowel sounds for a, e, i, o and u.
Teaching tip: Be sure to include a variety of experiences for your early learners. Phonics can best be learned through hearing, reading and writing. Teach words in context, and use new words over and over again. Use oral lessons, books, worksheets and games.
Fun Preschool Phonics Games - 3 simple adaptations of familiar formats with a phonics twist.
Phonics Flashcards 26 printable cards with letters and pictures, plus ideas for using them.
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?
Be sure to check out my collection of Fun Spelling Worksheets for grades 1 and 2.
You'll find lots of all-new pages, not on the website, to help boost your first and second graders' spelling and phonics skills!
Letter Lane - A phomenic awareness board game that features beginning consonant sounds for the letters b,d,f and m. No reading is necessary.
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.
As your students grow in their learning, please remember to keep coming back to Spelling Words Well! We have a huge assortment of spelling resources for grades preK through adults.
Think-a-Spell eBook: 365 Brain Teasers and Spelling Challenges for Ages 10 to Adult
AnyWord Spelling Practice Series Worksheets, games & prompts that work with almost ANY spelling words!
Fun Spelling Worksheets for Grades 1/2 50 All-new reproducible pages for early learners!