Shark Beginning Sounds Activities can be LOTS of fun – these shark mats are easy prep and kids won’t even realise they’re learning. Beginning sounds activities are an integral stepping stone to developing fluent readers. Pick up your free copy of these cards in this post below!
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Sharks Beginning Sounds Activities – Super Cute Re-usable Mats!
Kindergarten kids will love these Shark Themed mats! Looking for a fun way to reinforce letter sounds? These printable mats will kids identifying the beginning sound letter and pictures, then match them to ‘feed the sharks’.
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More than 20 FREE beginning sounds activities!
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