Understanding letter sound relationships is a vital skill for young readers. Have your students practice reading common and inconsistent word patterns in this long “e”/ short “e” search. Kids will love coloring this autumn-themed worksheet as they learn!
Words that end with Y can be tricky, but that's no reason to cry! This fun worksheet combines reading and coloring to help your young students learn how a Y at the end of a word can make an I or an E sound.
Set your new reader on the right reading track by practicing phonics. Here, kids practice recognizing the sound of "x" and "p" as they say the name of each picture, then find the picture with a matching ending sound.
Help students think about the sounds letters make and how to connected them! These educator-created worksheets highlight representing sounds with letters. As children practice, they will start to connect the dots around phonemic awareness. This worksheet collection features illustrated exercises, free-writing exercises, and more activities around representing sounds with letters.