Letter Sounds Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: RF.K.1.D

Core Standard

When students are learning the alphabet the first step they take is to make sure that they can identify the upper and lower case letters. This is typical done through the use of flashcards and the ABC song. They project forward by learning the letters in various print styles. The final step is to understand and being able to pronounce each sound each of the twenty-six letters make. Students should start with the most commonly (L, N, R, T, and S) used constants and end with the infrequently used constants (Q, X, Y, and Z).









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