Help your emerging reader use sounds to complete common words with the correct letter choices given. The pictures on this adorable worksheet are easily identifiable and your child will be able to hear the sounds as he or she says the word. Then, they’ll be able to choose the beginning, middle or end sound to complete the word and they’ll be using visual cues and phonics to develop reading and decoding skills.
Using initial consonants is a prereading strategy that your early reader will employ, and this fun matching worksheet lets them have practice discerning sounds past the initial sound to decode words properly. The visual cues will add to their sight word bases, as well as give practice in decoding words in word families and with phonetic patterns. Your child will get to say the name of the picture and find the matching word, and will be reading while they do so.
Your child will find success within their grasp with the Pick a Picture worksheet that has corresponding words for them to read and match with fun and vibrantly colored pictures. The engaging printable will help them discern between initial sounds and the rest of the word when decoding and offer a visual for helping build their sight word banks. They’ll also work on fine motor skills with circling practice, which strengthens appropriate letter formation as they learn to write.
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