Preschool Ela Letter Sound Relationships WorksheetsBack
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- Learning Long Vowels: Long E
First graders practice recognizing long e by coloring the pictures that have a long e sound.
- Early Reading Building Block 4: Short Vowel Sounds
Ramp up your early reader's phonics skills with these picture matching printables all about short vowel sounds.
- Early Reading Building Block 7: Consonant Beginning and Ending Sounds
This set of printables will help your child make key phonics elements like blends and ending sounds second nature.
- Short "E" Words
More than just an exercise in sounding words out, this worksheet asks kids to find the words with the short e sound.
- Letter Sounds: Writing Words
Here's a worksheet that's packed with letter learning. Not only do kids sound out the letters, they also write out their own words that start with each letter!
- Early Reading Building Block 5: Long Vowel Sounds
Help your child master the special rules that come along with long vowel sounds, and make it fun with this great set of worksheets.
- Learning Vowels: "A"
Help your child practice the vowel sound "a" and improve his reading skills with this printable worksheet.
- Letter Sounds: The Letter A
More than just another coloring page, this worksheet also teaches kids about the letter A.
- Sound Off!
Do students know the sounds each letter makes? Find out using this assessment worksheet.
- D Is for Dinosaur And...
Practice identifying the beginning sounds in words (and coloring inside the lines!) with this engaging worksheet.
- Fourth of July Words
Help your child stay sharp over summer break with this 4th of July words worksheet on vowels.