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Letter sound activities

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Beginning sounds clip cards help children learn letters, letter sounds and develop fine motor skills. This literacy center idea is perfect for preschool and kindergarten.

Beginning sounds clip cards help children learn letters, letter sounds and develop fine motor skills. This literacy center idea is perfect for preschool and kindergarten.

How to teach letter sounds (free printable!) - The Measured Mom

If you're wondering how to teach letter sounds, you'll love this free printable and video tutorial! Today I'm sharing a printable that I'm using with my four-year-old to help him master letter sounds. And it's

These alphabet cards are a great letter sounds activity for preschool. Plus, they come in an easy and more challenging set for a total of 52 free cards!

These alphabet cards are a great letter sounds activity for preschool. Plus, they come in an easy and more challenging set for a total of 52 free cards!

27 Phonics Games that make reading fun! Kids will love these fun hands-on phonics games that teach letter sounds, digraphs, letter blends, vowel sounds, and more! #playdoughtoplato #phonicsgames #teachingreading

27 Phonics Games that make reading fun! Kids will love these fun hands-on phonics games that teach letter sounds, digraphs, letter blends, vowel sounds, and more! #playdoughtoplato #phonicsgames #teachingreading

Beginning Sounds activities for Kindergarten. TONS of activities to help students learn letter sounds. Perfect for morning tubs, fast finishers, or literacy stations. Students use a variety of classroom manipulatives as they practice beginning sounds.

Beginning Sounds activities for Kindergarten. TONS of activities to help students learn letter sounds. Perfect for morning tubs, fast finishers, or literacy stations. Students use a variety of classroom manipulatives as they practice beginning sounds.