Are you looking for Thanksgiving-themed phonics activities? This Turkey Beginning Sounds Activity is an engaging and entertaining way for your children to practice identifying initial sounds.
In reading activities like this one, your kids will sort, match the beginning sounds to the letter, and create a feathered turkey.
Turkey Beginning Sounds Activity:
After your kids can identify all of the letters of the alphabet, they need to learn the sounds that the letters make. Using themed, hands-on activities is a fun way for young children to learn!
This phonics resource can be used as a guided or independent activity in any early elementary classroom or homeschool during small group instruction, literacy centers, or choice tubs.
Getting Ready To Use The Turkey Beginning Sounds Activity:
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- 26 Turkeys with Letters
- 128 Feathers with Pictures
In this resource, there is one turkey for every letter of the alphabet.
There are also 5 feathers with pictures for each letter of the alphabet except there are only 3 for the letter “x.”
What Else Is Needed:
- White Card Stock or Copy Paper
- Laminating Sheets
- Velcro (optional)
To get this phonics activity ready for your children, click on the link or the button below to purchase it.
After downloading the resource, print the turkeys and feathers on white card stock or copy paper.
Next, laminate the printables and cut out all the turkey and feathers.
As an option, you can attach Velcro to the back of the turkey and the front of the feathers, so your children can easily attach them together.
You can write the letter on the back of the feathers so your kids can check if they have selected the correct ones.
Then, put the turkey and feathers in a resealable bag for an easy-to-setup literacy center.
How To Use The Turkey Beginning Sounds Activity:
For this phonics activity, your children will pick a turkey and identify the capital and lowercase letter on it. They will also say the sound that letter makes.
Next, they will sort through the feathers to find the five with pictures that begin with that sound.
Your kids will then put the yellow, orange, red, green, and blue feathers around the turkey.
If your children are just learning the letter sounds, you can start with just a few turkeys. You can then add more every time they play to increase their knowledge and confidence.
Your beginning readers will have fun learning the sounds that the letters make with this Thanksgiving-themed Turkey Beginning Sounds Activity.
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