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Free Beginning Alphabet Sound Worksheets – Color The Right Picture!

Hello Daydreamers!

Hey there! Are you looking for a fantastic way to help your preschoolers and kindergarteners learn beginning alphabet sounds while having a blast?

Look no further because I’ve got something amazing to share with you! I designed these fantastic “Free Beginning Alphabet Sound Worksheets” that introduce young kids to letter sounds and make learning incredibly fun and engaging.

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Let me tell you all about it!

These worksheets are tailor-made for little ones just starting to explore the world of letters and their sounds. As kids color the right pictures corresponding to the beginning sounds, they practice letter recognition and develop critical skills such as hand-eye coordination, color awareness, fine motor skills, focus, and creativity.

In addition to identifying beginning sounds, there’s a small section on each page for kids to trace each letter in uppercase and lowercase. This is a fantastic way to reinforce letter formation and recognition.

Make learning fun with interactive alphabet activities for kindergarten. Our collection of free printable worksheets is designed to engage young learners while teaching essential early literacy skills. Explore hands-on resources for teaching letter sounds and recognition.
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But wait, there’s more! These worksheets also serve as a brilliant tool for enriching your child’s vocabulary. The intentional use of diverse pictures representing different words helps expand your child’s vocabulary in a fun and interactive manner.

Now, let’s talk about variety; there are over 75 free alphabet beginning sounds pages that offer not one, not two, but three different types of activities for each alphabet letter.

  • There’s one where all the illustrations are inside an uppercase letter.
  • Another is where all the pictures are inside a lowercase letter.
  • The last one, with slightly larger illustrations, is perfect for focusing more on letter sounds rather than letter recognition.

All these activities are conveniently available in PDF format, ensuring easy access and compatibility. They are also designed to fit perfectly on standard letter-sized paper, making printing a breeze.

Feel free to print as many worksheets as you need for teaching. However, selling or claiming them as your own is prohibited. If you know of any fellow moms or teachers who would like to use them, please share the link to this article with them.

Note: The target words the child should color are under each letter section. I’m adding them because some words can be two things (money, coins), and I want to make your life super easy!

There are two ways to download the worksheets:

  1. Click (or tap) on the worksheet you want to download to open a new window in PDF format. Then, proceed to print from that window.
  2. Click the yellow “download button” to trigger a download to your phone or computer. This option is great if you want to save and print later.

I hope you enjoy these dot marker activities!

Letter A

Target words: apple, astronaut, airplane, angel, avocado, ambulance, alligator, arm, acorn

Letter B

Target words: boy, banana, bus, boat, ball, barn, bucket, butterfly, butter, bee, burger.

Letter C

Target words: carrot, cat, cake, camera, cat, clock, coin, card, cupcake, crab.

Letter D

Target words: dress, donut, dump truck, dog, drum, desk, drill, dinosaur.

Letter E

Target words: egg, elephant, envelope, earth, eagle, ear, eye.

Letter F

Target words: five, flamingo, flower, firetruck, french fries, flip flops, farmer, flute, fish.

Letter G

Target words: grapes, giraffe, guitar, glasses, goat, grill, gift, globe, gold.

Letter H

Target words: hat, helicopter, horse, hockey, hand, hot dog, hair, headphones.

Letter I

Target words: igloo, ice cream, infant, ice, iron, island, ink.

Letter J

Target words: jacket, jam, jellyfish, juice, jug, jeans, jet.

Letter K

Target words: kiwi, kite, kettle, knife, key, ketchup, koala, knob, knot.

Letter L

Target words: leaf, lightbulb, lion, lemon, lock, lollipop, lamp.

Letter M

Target words: moon, mouse, mom, mushroom, milk, marshmallow, milkshake, mirror.

Letter N

Target words: nose, nest, night, nine, nurse, narwhal, notebook, net.

Letter O

Target words: owl, oven, onion, octopus, oval, overall, one, orange.

Letter P

Target words: pear, pin, pig, penguin, paint/paintbrush, popsicle, pizza, palm tree, piano.

Letter Q

Target words: queen, quiz, question, quiet, quail, quilt, quack, quill, quartz.

Letter R

Target words: rabbit, rat, rain, racket, rocket, rose, ring, robot.

Letter S

Target words: snake, snail, snowman, star, soap, scissors, sea horse, sponge.

Letter T

Target words: truck, turtle, tent, tree, toes, towel, tools, tiger, toaster.

Letter U

Target words: unicorn, utensils, up, umbrella, uniform, ukulele, underwear, unicycle.

Letter V

Target words: vase, vowels, volleyball, violin, volcano, vulture, vacuum, van.

Letter W

Target words: worm, whale, wave, watermelon, whistle, wreath, wagon, wind, whisker.

Letter X

Whenever I make an alphabet post, I struggle with the letter “X” because not many kid-friendly words start with this letter! For this letter, the child should find an illustration that contains the letter X.

Target words: xylophone, x-ray, fox, six, excavator, ox, ax, box.

Letter Y

Target words: yam, yarn, yogurt, yoyo, yatch, yolk, yawn, yellow.

Letter Z

Target words: zig-zag, zebra, zipper, zero, zoom, zoo, zeppelin, zucchini.

That’s it!

I hope you had a blast exploring these Beginning Alphabet Sounds Worksheets! Designing them was an absolute joy, and I hope your little student will find them just as exciting!

Make sure to check out these other articles for more resources while teaching your little people the alphabet and numbers:

Happy teaching!

Discover our collection of interactive alphabet activities and free printable worksheets for preschoolers and kindergarteners. These engaging resources are designed to make learning fun and effective. From letter recognition to beginning letter sounds, these worksheets cover essential early learning skills.
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