Skip to Content

Easter Beginning Sounds Sorting Activity

With this Easter Egg Beginning Sounds Sorting Activity, your kids will have fun sorting and matching the initial sounds to the letter and filling the basket with eggs.

Reading activities like this one are a hands-on way for your children to practice pre-reading and beginning reading skills and concepts.

Beginning Sound Sort

This Easter phonics activity can be used in any early elementary classroom or homeschool.

It can be a great way for your kids to work on beginning sounds independently.

You can use it as an intervention resource for your children who need extra practice too.

How To Use The Easter Beginning Sounds Sorting Activity:

This post may contain affiliate links.  Please read our disclosure here.

What’s Included:

  • 26 Letter Easter Baskets
  • 128 Easter Eggs

Included in this activity are two different styles of Easter baskets and 5 eggs for each letter except there are only 3 for the letter “x.”

What Else Is Needed:

  • White Card Stock
  • Scissors
  • Laminator
  • Laminating Pouches

To get this phonics activity ready for your students, click on the link to purchase it. 

Next, download and print the baskets and eggs on white card stock or copy paper.

You may want to laminate the printables before cutting all the pieces out too.

Phonics Activity

You can store the baskets and eggs in a large plastic envelope or tub.

Ways To Use The Easter Beginning Sounds Sorting Activity:

For this activity, your students will select an egg and identify the picture’s beginning sound.

They will then place the egg in the correct letter basket.

Your kids will continue to sort through the pictures until the baskets are filled with five eggs each.

Initial Sounds Activity

For example, your children pick an egg with a picture of a fox on it and say that it starts with the /f/ sound.

Next, they will place that egg in the letter F Easter basket.

Your kids will continue sorting through the eggs until they find and fill the basket with the ones that have pictures of a fish, fan, football, and fog too.

More Easter Literacy Activities:

If you are looking for more Easter-themed literacy activities for your young learners, try these engaging and entertaining resources!

Beginning Sounds Activity

You May Also Like These Easter Activities for Kids:

These Easter Morning Tubs are an “egg-cellent” way to start the day!

This set of fun, hands-on activities includes 5 literacy and 5 math morning tubs for children in Kindergarten through 2nd grade.

Click on the picture to learn more about the activities included in this bundle!

How Can I Differentiate This Sound Sorting Activity?

If your kids are just starting to learn the letter sounds, start with just a few eggs and baskets.

As they learn the sounds, you can add more eggs and baskets so they confidently learn the phonics skills.

Get The Easter Beginning Sounds Sorting Activity:

To get the Easter beginning sounds sorting activity, click on the button below to purchase it from Teachers Pay Teachers.