Make new words by adding a letter to the beginning of existing words! Helps to develop phonological awareness.
Phonics teaches a student to read by using the sounds of the letters in a word. These free phonics worksheets explore the different ways that letters may sound. To view the worksheet activity or to download the PDF, click on the individual title. All activities are free to duplicate for home or classroom use.
This fun Christmas match game will help your student learn the vowels and practice memory skills.
This color by number worksheet uses a cute kitten to teach your student about long and short vowels.
What would the world be like without W!
This fun sort game helps your little student learn his letters!
Can your youngster determine which words start with C?
Your youngster can practice his alphabet identification with this sorting game.
F is for fun, and this game is great for learning the letter F.
Whether alone or with other sorting sets, this is a great alphabet game!
Here’s an alphabet game featuring the letter H.
Which of these pictures represent a word starting with J?
Put this word sorting set for K with other sets to make a fun game!
There are lots of “Ls” in this alphabet sorting set!
Try this alphabet game to help your little one learn the letter M.
Time to work with the consonant N!
This sorting game teaches your youngster about words that begin with P.
Even the consonant Q is included in this sorting game!
Now it’s time to sort for words that begin with the consonant R!
Sorting starts with S, and so do some words in this game!
You’ll truly love this sorting game on words that begin with T!