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To learn how to read, children need phonics activities to understand the relationships between letters and the sounds they make. Knowing the letter sounds will help beginning readers to sound out or decode words. Understanding phonics will help kids know which letters they need to use when they are writing words too.

Hands-on phonics activities are a fun way for kids to learn about letter sounds, decoding, segmenting, and much more. Click on the pictures below to find activities and resources for your kids!

Popular Phonics Activities:

Summer Santa Beginning Sounds Activity

Santa is on vacation! See what he brought on his trip in the Summer Santa Beginning Sounds Activity. Christmas literacy activities are a fun way for your students to practice identifying beginning sounds and the letters that make the sounds. Clipping clothespins on the cards will help your young learners to develop their fine motor skills …

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Halloween Candy Beginning Sounds Activity

Looking for themed phonics resources for your students to do this October? Try this free printable Halloween Candy Beginning Sounds Activity! Halloween literacy activities like this one are a fun way for your young learners to work on letter-sound correspondence, fine motor skills, and more! This low-prep resource can be used as a hands-on independent …

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Waffle Beginning Sounds Activity

If you’re looking for a fun reading resource for your preschoolers and kindergarteners, try this free printable Waffle Beginning Sounds Activity. Reading activities like this one are great for beginning readers, as it helps them to associate sounds with letters. So next time you’re looking for a way to engage your young learners in practicing …

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Dog Beginning Sounds Activity

If you are looking for fun phonics resources for your kids, this Dog Beginning Sounds Activity is “paws-itively” the best! Reading activities like this one are great for preschool and kindergarten-aged children who are just learning letters and sounds. And what kid doesn’t love dogs? So not only is this activity educational, it’s also super …

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