If your child already knows his letters well, then the next step is the sounds of the alphabet and building vocabulary. These beginning sound
clipcards are super easy to prep. It helps develop literacy as well as fine motor skills.
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Set It Up
For this activity you will need:
Clothespins, paperclips or
other formof marking the correct answer
Below are the supplies I use personally at home. After doing so many printable activities, I’ve found that it’s most helpful to always have these basic supplies on hand.
Start It Up
These beginning sound
clipcards are the next step after learning the letters of the alphabet.
Simply print out the pages and cut them up into individual cards then ask your child to match the beginning sound and the image.
This is a sample of one of the paid products available at my store. The full product contains 8 alphabet sets. There are 2 sets of images and 4 game types:
Choosing the correct uppercase letter to match an image
Choosing the correct lowercase letter to match an image
Choosing the correct image to match an uppercase letter
Choosing the correct image to match a lowercase letter