My Earth Day printables have turned into a little impromptu series that so far has focused mostly on math learning objectives. This was unintentional, so I figured I’d add a little literacy to the line-up today!
These cute Earth Day Beginning Sound Clip Cards are perfect for practicing phonics with your preschooler or kindergartener!
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Materials for Beginning Sound Clip Cards
What’s in the Printable PDF File?
There are two pages in the pdf file. Each page has 4 beginning sound clip cards.
I’ve changed the layout around compared to the other clip cards I’ve made so far: I’ve added the word I’m looking for to each card, omitting the beginning sound. And I’ve placed the beginning sounds vertically on the right-hand side of each card instead of horizontally at the bottom. Do you like the new layout? Let me know what you think!
Print the page(s) you need, laminate, and cut the cards apart at the green lines. Provide clothespins to mark the correct beginning sounds. Or go the no-prep route, leave the pages intact, and mark the answers with manipulatives or markers.
Images used are sun, boy, hand holding Earth, bag, girl, recycling box, tree, and watering can.
Check out this fun digital Earth Day-themed LEGO activity!
Ten fun and engaging EDITABLE Earth Day-themed digital LEGO challenges for distance learning with Google Slides and Google Classroom. Students can practice skills such as copying & pasting, dragging & dropping, typing in text boxes, and counting in a super-engaging way.
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Like the clip art?
all use the same set.
Here are other phonics activities you may like!
SH Digraph Game by This Reading Mama
Initial Sound Letter Cross Out by Stay at Home Educator
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