In this phonics worksheet, learners will say the words in each row out loud, then circle the item that has a different beginning sound.
These celestial words are all missing their first letter! Kids completing this kindergarten reading worksheet write the correct letter to complete each word.
Help your beginning readers practice phonics and expand their reading vocabulary with this rhyme match worksheet.
This beginning reader's word search gets your kid to practice important vocabulary words, and he'll have a blast while he's at it!
Get to know the "an" family! Look at the pictures of words ending in "an," then fill in the missing letter to complete each word.
Find rhyming words with your little learner! Decide the best rhyme that will finish each sentence.
Young learners color, count, and learn about syllables in this sweet, fruit-themed worksheet.
Bunny, sunny, tummy, honey. Kids love to rhyme. Fill in the blanks with the rhyming words to make this poem not only sound great, but make sense too.
Children will look at nine illustrations, then select the color that rhymes with each.
Does your student know what a rhyme is and how to make one? Determine the extent of their rhyming knowledge with this assessment worksheet.
Children practice recognizing and counting syllables in this playful interactive worksheet.
Break down words to their very core by counting up syllables! This exercise focuses on two-syllable words that have a double consonant.
For early readers, lots of sounding out practice is key. Help your student stretch their phonics muscles by practicing sounding out words that end in N or T.
Practice clapping out the beats in each word with this syllables quiz. Say each word out loud to help you identify the syllables.
Let's learn some "in" words with this fun match-up activity!
Young learners work on phonics and word pattern concepts as they match the words that rhyme in this early literacy worksheet.
Young students work on their phonological awareness with this illustrated worksheet that helps them to focus on the end sounds in words.
Learning sounds is the first step to gaining excellent spelling skills! Identify the end sounds of these pictures.
What is Georgie Porgie up to? Build phonics and comprehension skills with this nursery rhyme worksheet.
This preschool worksheet uses words and pictures to help your child practice rhyming simple words. Do just one, a few, or all forty Rhyme Connection worksheets!
Put your kindergartener's sharp ears to work by helping him match pictures with the same beginning sound.
This worksheet will help your preschooler learn about the concept of syllables and have fun while she's at it!
Make a D book by finding all the pictures of things that start with a D sound.
Help your students practice reading the short A sound as they create their own “A Words” mini-book.
Don't get tangled up in this tongue twister! Have fun exploring beginning sounds with this Peter Piper alliteration worksheet.