Phonics Worksheets & Printables

Our phonics worksheets cover important phonics topics for a variety of ages and grade levels. From animal sounds to consonant blends to diphthongs to rhyming words, your child will find a variety of worksheets that fit his ability. Discover more worksheets to get your child the perfect one.
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Make a Mini Story Book: Questions, Questions Make a Mini Story Book: Questions, Questions All about questions and answers, this book boosts kids reading and phonics skills and helps them learn a few of the big question words such as what, where, and why.
Letter Roll Reading Game: Level Two Letter Roll Reading Game: Level Two This printable board game packs a triple reading punch.
Silent 'e' Worksheet Silent "e" Worksheet Silent E worksheets are important to phonics success.
Make a Mini Story Book: Rhyming Fun Make a Mini Story Book: Rhyming Fun Rhyming words are not only helpful in the phonics department, they're also downright fun to say!
Letter Roll Reading Game: Level One Letter Roll Reading Game: Level One This printable packs reading, spelling, and vocabulary practice into one fun board game!
Beginning Sounds: K and L Beginning Sounds: K and L Test your child's phonics skills with this fun coloring page, all about the letters K and L.
Reading Readiness: Short 'U' Vowels Reading Readiness: Short "U" Vowels Help him get ready for reading with this fun phonics worksheet!
Long vowels have some special rules that 1st graders will have to master. Make it fun with this series of great worksheets.
Building Block 5: Long Vowel Sounds Long vowels have some special rules that 1st graders will have to master.
This series of worksheets will give your preschooler some great practice with the alphabet! She'll identify which words start with each letter, and paste their pictures into the book.
Busy Books This series of worksheets will give your preschooler some great practice with the alphabet!
If you're convinced your child is the next great American novelist, get her started early with these mini do-it-yourself storybooks. She'll work on fine motor skills (with your help, of course) and start to recognize letters and sight words.
Printable Mini Books If you're convinced your child is the next great American novelist, get her started early with these mini do-it-yourself storybooks.
Long Vowel O Long Vowel O Bright colors and adorable images give this reading worksheet some gusto!
Beginning Sounds: N and Q Beginning Sounds: N and Q What do queen, quilt, and quail have in common?
Phonemes Phonemes Phonemic awareness means hearing and identifying the individual sounds that each letters or group of letters makes in a word.
Beginning Sounds: B and D Beginning Sounds: B and D Looking for a fun way to give your child some phonics practice?
Make a Mini Story Book: Five Little Fish Make a Mini Story Book: Five Little Fish If your child loves rhyming stories, he's sure to love this mini book about five little fish going off to bed.
Short U Long U Worksheet Short U Long U Worksheet Short u long u worksheets help kids practice their phonics skills.
Our phonics worksheets cover important phonics topics for a variety of ages and grade levels. From animal sounds to consonant blends to diphthongs to rhyming words, your child will find a variety of worksheets that fit his ability. Discover more worksheets to get your child the perfect one.

Phonics Practice

Learning phonics can be a team effort! There are many ways to reinforce phonics concepts while accommodating different learning styles. Providing dynamic opportunities for practicing phonics is crucial for early readers. These foundational skills will follow them as they build their list of known sight words and start down the path of reading fluency. Here are some supplemental activities and ideas for learning phonics:

  • When reading aloud to your child, encourage her to follow along with the print.
  • Write out a known word as you and your child say the word slowly in unison.
  • Write down a series of words on a page, including your child's name. Then ask her to point to her own name.
  • Explore new words that start with the same letter as her own name.
  • Find relevant Education.com worksheets on beginning sounds, specific blends, and vowel sounds to help solidify concepts and gain essential practice.