Beginning Sounds Clip: how much fun would it be to get students practicing their beginning sounds by building a garden? In this activity, they get to find the pictures on the flowers and say the words, they then identify the beginning sound and clip the letter on the ‘stem’ (pegs) to the flower! Easy and fun! 🙂
There is nothing more fun than getting students to practice their skills while doing something they enjoy doing. This activity is great for fine motor skills as well.
What you will need:
- file with flower images (below)
It is so easy to prepare this activity – you can pick and choose which beginning sounds you would like to focus on. Print the images (three A4 pages) and then laminate them before cutting them up in squares.
Here are some more images:
This activity would make for a great end of year review or even summer review practice.
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