Letters can make more than one sound. This worksheet identifies the various sounds that this letter can make in words. This knowledge makes it easier for students to decode words as their reading development progresses. They do not need to remember each of the individual sounds right now, but it is important to know they exist. They should know there is a most common sound that the letter makes (and they should know what that sound is), and they should know that there are also other sounds that the letter can make in some words.
- Point to the upper case letter line and say the sound that the letter makes.
- Follow the number arrows to trace the upper case letters with your finger.
- Pick up a pencil and, holding the pencil correctly, trace the upper case letters with your pencil.
- Point to the lower case letter line and say the sound that letter makes.
- Follow the
numberarrows to trace the lower case letters with your finger.
- Pick up a pencil and, holding the pencil correctly, trace the lower case letters with your pencil
. Read the Common Sound Words aloud and then trace each word with your pencil . Inthe bottom portion of the page, you’ll see activities to complete on different phonemes (sounds).