Build literacy and fine motor skills with this set of beginning sounds cut and paste worksheets. They’re great for preschool and kindergarten students.
These cut and paste worksheets can be used by both the classroom teachers and homeschoolers.
Add them to your morning work time, literacy centers, or wherever they best fit in your plans.
Beginning Sounds Cut and Paste Worksheets
In addition to letter recognition, learning letter sounds is an integral part of reading instruction in the early years.
One way to focus on letter sounds is to identify the beginning sound of objects in your child’s world.
Teaching Beginning Sounds
As I mentioned above, teaching letter sounds is foundational to learning to read. When children learn letter sounds, they can begin sounding out words.
There are many ways to practice letter sounds. One way is to focus on beginning sounds.
• Use real objects from your child’s world. When cleaning up toys, challenge them to put away toys that begin with certain sounds.
• Read alphabet books. Identify the letter featured on each page and exaggerate the beginning sound of the objects shown on each letter page.
Using Cut and Paste Pages
Using cut and paste pages in your preschool and kindergarten lessons is a great way to strengthen fine motor skills.
Cut and paste pages help little ones practice proper scissor technique. They will practice holding the paper in one hand and scissors in the other.
Pasting the cutouts in the proper spot strengthens hand-eye coordination as kids line up the cutout with the empty box on the page.
Preparing the Cut and Paste Worksheets
This set of print-and-go worksheets only need to be printed out. Then, they’re ready for your kids to complete.
However, if you’d like to make these pages reusable, you can print them on cardstock and laminate them. Cut out the letters at the bottom of the page.
Add one half of a velcro dot to the empty boxes under the pictures and the other half to the back of each letter box.
More Alphabet Fun
In addition to the five worksheets included in this pack of free printables, here are a few more alphabet activities you can use with your preschool and kindergarten kiddos.
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