Different Letters Reading Worksheet

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This downloadable worksheet is the first step to helping children understand phonics. Encourage your students to sound out letters of the alphabet before joining them together to make complete words. The accompanying pictures enable them to recognize the words they are forming, making this a great tool for teaching young learners how to read. Colorful and simple, this is a perfect introduction to phonics for kindergarten students!

Required skills:
To resolve this worksheet, students should understand how to recognize and sound out letters of the alphabet. They should also be familiar with basic phonics rules and understand how to form words by joining letters together. Additionally, students should be able to identify the corresponding picture to the word they have formed and understand the meaning of it.

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