Beginning Alphabet Sounds

QUICK, FUN and EASY way to have your little one practice the alphabet sounds! I saw an idea similar to this and knew I could easily create my own version of this page with materials I had in my house and a couple hours later, voilà!

Time to make: roughly 45 min

Materials needed:

  • Printer
  • Cardstock or Photo Paper
  • Laminator
  • Lamination sheets
  • Velcro – easy to find at Dollarama or Dollar Tree
  • Scissors
  • Printable Alphabet Page

I printed my worksheet out on photo paper, but cardstock would work just as great. (You want paper thick enough to still be sturdy when laminated.)

I bought long strips of velcro from Dollarama and cut them down to the size I needed and stuck them on. They are VERY sticky. I am not worried about them coming off.

The rest is pretty straight forward. Laminated both the worksheet alphabet page and the picture page. THEN cut out the images after laminated. Apply the velcro the worksheet and the pictures and you’ve got yourself a reusable, fun worksheet to practice alphabet sounds!

Now, you may not have all the supplies for this. (I mean, honestly, why would you have a laminator?) SO if you don’t, just print off the worksheet and have your child cut and paste the pictures OR have them draw their own pictures!

Included in the download is also a black and white version along with a set of colored alphabet flashcards.

Enjoy!!

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