Free printable beginning letter sounds worksheets for the spring theme in your kindergarten class!
Are your students learning to recognize the beginning letter sounds?
If so, they will enjoy these cute worksheets full of spring pictures waiting to be colored.
Children will practice letter sounds in words like ladybug, seeds, dragonfly, and more!
And if you’d like to practice some more letter sounds, check out my Beginning sounds activity book for only $2!
Kindergarten beginning sounds worksheets
Are you ready for fun spring worksheets? I’ll be adding more in the upcoming weeks, so make sure to come back and check them all out.
You will find two printable pages in this PDF.
Each page includes six pictures, a total of twelve words to identify.
These are the spring words included: bunny, worm, rain, flowers, butterfly, ladybug, seeds, umbrella, pinwheel, dragonfly, tree, and egg.
Help your kids pronounce each word clearly so they can hear the first letter sound. If they are having trouble, say the words out loud together. This always helps my boys to hear and identify the first sound.
Children can use their favorite bingo dabbers or markers to color the correct letter. And the pictures are just outlined so kids can color them afterward if they’d like.
And if your students prefer a bit more hands-on activity, check out my cut and paste beginning sounds worksheets, too.
To download this set, just go to the end of this article and get your PDF there.
Spring first letter sounds worksheets
Take a look at the two pages in this PDF below.
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Thank you teacher, I’m so relieved to what I will do tomorrow with my preschoolers