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Phonemic Awareness

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  • A great idea for teaching beginning sounds, this activity has clear directions and several suggestions for different learning activities.
  • Circle the words that begin with the letter B.
  • Circle the pictures that begin with the letter C.
  • Circle the pictures that begin with the letter D.
  • Circle the pictures that begin with the letter F.
  • Circle the pictures that begin with the letter G.
  • Circle the pictures that begin with the letter H.
  • Circle the pictures that begin with the letter J.
  • Circle the pictures that begin with the letter K.
  • Circle the pictures that begin with the letter L.
  • Circle the pictures with the LONG A beginning sound. Teacher expectations should match student ability/vocabulary. acorn, ace, alien, apron, ape.
  • Circle the pictures with the LONG E beginning sound. Teacher expectations should match student ability/vocabulary. eagle, eel, eraser, ear
  • Circle the pictures with the LONG I beginning sound. Teacher expectations should match student ability/vocabulary. Ice cream, iris, ivy, iron, icicle, island.
  • Circle the pictures with the LONG O beginning sound. Teacher expectations should match student ability/vocabulary. oboe, orangutan, old, oval, opossum.
  • Circle the pictures with the LONG U beginning sound. Teacher expectations should match student ability/vocabulary. ukelele, unicorn, university, utensils.
  • Fill in the bubbles next to the pictures that begin with the 'b' sound. This is a great activity for pre-readers and pre-writers.

  • Fill in the bubbles next to the pictures that begin with the hard 'c' sound. This is a great activity for pre-readers and pre-writers.

  • Fill in the bubbles next to the pictures that begin with the 'd' sound. This is a great activity for pre-readers and pre-writers.

  • Fill in the bubbles next to the pictures that begin with the 'f' sound. This is a great activity for pre-readers and pre-writers.

  • Fill in the bubbles next to the pictures that begin with the 'g' sound. This is a great activity for pre-readers and pre-writers.

  • Fill in the bubbles next to the pictures that begin with the 'h' sound. This is a great activity for pre-readers and pre-writers.

  • Fill in the bubbles next to the pictures that begin with the 'j' sound. This is a great activity for pre-readers and pre-writers.

  • Fill in the bubbles next to the pictures that begin with the 'k' sound. This is a great activity for pre-readers and pre-writers.

  • Fill in the bubbles next to the pictures that begin with the 'l' sound. This is a great activity for pre-readers and pre-writers.

  • Fill in the bubbles next to the pictures that begin with the 'm' sound. This is a great activity for pre-readers and pre-writers.

  • Fill in the bubbles next to the pictures that begin with the 'n' sound. This is a great activity for pre-readers and pre-writers.

  • Fill in the bubbles next to the pictures that begin with the 'v' sound. This is a great activity for pre-readers and pre-writers.

  • Circle the words that begin with the letter M.
  • Circle the words that begin with the letter N.
  • Circle the pictures that begin with the letter P.
  • Circle the pictures that begin with the letter Q.
  • Circle the pictures that begin with the letter R.
  • Circle the pictures with the SHORT A beginning sound. Teacher expectations should match student ability/vocabulary. ant, apple, alphabet, ambulance, alligator, antelope.
  • Circle the pictures with the SHORT E beginning sound. Teacher expectations should match student ability/vocabulary. egg, elephant, elk, extinguisher, eggplant.
  • Circle the pictures with the SHORT I beginning sound. Teacher expectations should match student ability/vocabulary. inch, iguana, ink, infant, igloo.
  • Circle the pictures with the SHORT O beginning sound. Teacher expectations should match student ability/vocabulary. otter, ostrich, olive, ox, octopus.
  • Circle the pictures with the SHORT U beginning sound. Teacher expectations should match student ability/vocabulary. umbrella, up, umpire, usher.
  • Circle the pictures that begin with the letter S.
  • Circle the pictures that begin with the letter T.
  • Circle the pictures that begin with the letter V.

Notes

  • Please check the Language Arts section to find related materials.
  • This is a new section for word families (chunks) activities. We will be adding more as we complete them. Suggestions are welcomed. Send to support@abcteach.net