Get 4 FREE initial sounds seasons-themed worksheets, each focusing on a different season with fun and easily identifiable pictures. They’re perfect for Kindergarteners working to understand beginning sounds AND seasons!
☀️ Why We Love It
I try to pay attention to what gets my students excited, then take that information and build it right into our lessons. And that’s why I created these season-based initial sounds worksheets!
Like my A-Z beginning sounds printables, these worksheets focus on auditory discrimination, which is hearing and then identifying a letter sound.
Practicing this skill is so important, because this is the beginning of learning to sound out new words and spell!
Obviously, seasons are front of mind a lot of the time (that’s why we made our summer fun worksheets!) and in my groups, my kindergarteners really respond to these worksheets with excitement. That means I’ve done my job!
You’ll get four worksheets with different seasonal themes! Each free worksheet focuses on helping children hear and identify the beginning sound of each word.
Teachers should say the words out in order to confirm the meaning of each picture and help with vocabulary.
Kids should repeat the words out loud, listening for the beginning sounds, and circle the correct letter. For more fun, they can color in the pictures, too!
- candy cane
- lady bug
- hot dogs
- surf board
- Children will learn to identify beginning sounds of words and practice auditory discrimination.
- These worksheets separate word groups by seasons, reinforcing lessons about the four seasons of the years.
- These worksheets are appropriate for children age 5-6 or in Kindergarten.
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