Who doesn’t love a puzzle? This alphabet beginning sounds puzzle is sure to challenge your child. They will connect upper and lower case letters as well as match the sound to a variety of objects.
Alphabet beginning sounds puzzle
When we think about it, learning to read and understanding letters and their sounds is very much involved and takes lots of practice.
Get your alphabet beginning sounds puzzle here.
Our children need as much exposure to letters and sounds as possible, as it’s only then their brains can create the connections needed for reading.
With Boo (aged 5 years) starting school, I knew it was time to start getting her more and more involved in learning letters and consolidating her skills in matching the sound and letters together.
Using the best water coloured lettering and images I could find, thank you Paula Kim Studio, I created this gorgeous 4 piece puzzle.
It is already going gang busters over on my Teachers Pay Teachers store.
If you can’t wait, get your copy —> here.
Just look at this gorgeous elephant and the water colouring.
This alphabet puzzle set includes 24 puzzles, one for each letter of the alphabet. It also includes instructions on how to prepare this resource.
The water colouring, for me, creates so much more interest and texture. I find that my own children respond better to such images like these.
Boo absolutely LOVED using this puzzle and felt supported in knowing that the alphabet puzzle with beginning sounds had only four pieces.
- Upper case letter
- Lower case letter
- 2 x images starting with that sound
Check out the resource here, if you’re interested.
Above is an example of the letter ‘F’ puzzle.
Like I said, there is a puzzle for each letter of the alphabet. Each object focuses on the sound that letter makes. YAY!
Of course this 4 piece alphabet puzzle can be done individually, in small groups or as a whole class activity. The flexibility and options are endless.
Here are the alphabet beginning sounds you can expect –
A – avocado, apple
B – box, ball
C – corn. camel
D – dice, duck
E – elephant, eggs
F – fish, fan
G – guitar, glove
H – hand, house
I – ink, igloo
J – jar, jellybeans
K – kangaroo, kite
L – lemons, leaf
M – mushroom, mirror
N – nest, nuts
O – orange, octopus
P – paintbrush, pumpkin
Q – question mark, quilt
R – rainbow, radio
S – snail, socks
T – tree, teapot
U – underware, umbrella
V – violin, vase
W – window, watermelon
X – xylophone, x-ray
Y – yoyo, yarn
Z – zebra, zip
Hope you enjoy this product and be sure to check back or follow my TpT account to see more great resources. They are great for the classroom or home.