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.
In this worksheet, students have fun learning to identify words that rhyme.
Your student will have fun matching words in this colorful worksheet.
In this worksheet, students change the first letter to magically change the word! Phonological awareness is reinforced in this worksheet.
Help distinguish between similarly spelled words with this worksheet. Print Concepts, Phonics, and Word Recognition are reinforced with the kindergartener in mind.
This worksheet reinforces phonological awareness while students identify words that rhyme.
Students practice phonological awareness in this fun worksheet by substituting letters to make new words.
In this fun worksheet students learn phonological awareness by matching words that rhyme.
Students practice phonological awareness by making new words by substituting the first letter of another word.
Discover the fun of making rhymes with this worksheet compatible with Common Core Standards for kindergarten Phonological Awareness.
“In this beginning sounds worksheet, students practice the primary sounds of the
letters A, B, C and D and write the first letter of the word that matches the fun picture. “
In this beginning sounds phonics worksheet, students practice the primary sounds of the letters E, F, G and H and write the first letter of the word that matches the fun picture.
With this beginning sounds worksheet your student will practice the primary sounds of the letters I, J, K and L by writing the first letter for a word that matches the picture.
Students will have fun completing the words that match the charming pictures in this beginning sounds worksheet. She’ll also be practicing the primary sounds for M, N, O and P!
A beginning sounds worksheet where students practice the primary sounds of Q, R,S, and T by matching the first letter of words to the pictures.
U, V, W and Z are at the very end of the alphabet, but they are important beginning sounds for students to learn! In this beginning sounds worksheet, he’ll write the first letter of the word that matches the picture.
Learn to identify consonant blends with this worksheet!
Young readers discover consonant blends are quite common in this worksheet.
Students use the blended consonants “br” to create words and develop phonological awareness.
Students practice phonological awareness by working on the “gr” blended consonants.