Beginning sounds cut and paste worksheets

In this article: Free beginning sounds cut and paste worksheets!

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If you are working on beginning sounds with your children, then you’ll enjoy my beginning sounds cut and paste worksheets for an extra practice.

Use them to help your kids develop a strong understanding of the sound-letter relationship for the future reading success.

Beginning sounds cut and paste worksheets for kindergarten

I’ve included a beginning sound task for every letter of the alphabet.

First children have to identify the picture and say out loud the beginning sound. Then they have to cut and paste the correct letter.

And lastly, they can practice writing the letter at the beginning of each word.

You can easily laminate these, use dry erase markers for the writing portion and hook and loop dots for the letters.

But for one-time use, these will work great as cut and paste worksheets as well.

You can use my beginning sounds printables at home or in your classroom.

To download, just click on the download button at the very end of this post.


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A set of beginning sounds kindergarten worksheets free printable. Included are cut and paste worksheets with the beginning sounds. Kindergarten kids will enjoy these.

Please keep in mind that these beginning sounds printables for personal or classroom use only. Altering or re-distribution are not allowed in any way. Thank you!

17 thoughts on “Beginning sounds cut and paste worksheets”

  1. Hello!
    These look great! I do have a concern about “xylophone” since the beginning sound is /z/ not /ks/ as in x. I feel that this would be confusing for students. Have you had issues with this when using it with students?

    • Hi Rachael! Thank you for your comment. I made adjustments to the worksheet and changed the xylophone to x-ray.

  2. So glad I came across your website. You have so many amazing worksheets that’s just what I need for my struggling daughter. She has many learning difficulties. Going to therapy two hours a week with possible 4 hours a week soon! I really think this will help me get her where she needs to be. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!!

  3. These are so great, thank you so much! As a parent trying to entertain my pre-K kids, these worksheets are such a valuable resource 🙂


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