Spring Beginning Sound Puzzles

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Looking for a few fun spring activities to help your kids learn their beginning sounds? These Spring Beginning Sound Puzzles are sure to do the job!

*Pair this with Spring Centers and Activities for Pre-K/Kindergarten

Looking for some Spring Literacy Centers for Pre-K and Kindergarten? These Spring Beginning Sound Puzzles are a great hands-on way to work on letters and sounds!

Not only will they help with exposure to letter sounds, but they also help with fine motor development, as well as hand-eye coordination.

They were a perfect fit for my non-worksheets son since he saw them as a game as opposed to work.

Spring Beginning Sounds Puzzles

As I have said before, my son is not a fan of worksheets unless they have a fun element to it and puzzles fit the bill.

His last set, the Valentine’s Beginning Sounds Puzzles were the perfect introduction to this skill, so we are continuing on with a spring set.

Looking for some spring literacy centers for Pre-K and Kindergarten? These spring beginning sound puzzles are great for working on letters and sounds!

First, print the cards on either card stock or regular printing paper. Laminate for durability and then cut out the puzzles with either scissors or a paper trimmer.

You can even have your students cut the puzzles for some extra fine motor practice.

Place the pieces with the images in one basket and the pieces with the letters in another.

Looking for some spring literacy centers for Pre-K and Kindergarten? These spring beginning sound puzzles are great for working on letters and sounds!

Have your child choose a few pieces from either basket and place them on a flat surface such as a table or even the floor.

Next, have them fish for the matching pieces in the other basket.

Have them continue until they have matched all the puzzles.

Other Ways to Use The Spring Beginning Sound Puzzles

Suggestion 1: Instead of using the second half of the puzzle (the portion with the letter sound), use the first half and either magnetic letters or letter tiles to match the sounds.

Suggestion 2: If your student is already proficient in identifying beginning sounds, simply use the first half of the puzzle (the portion with the picture) and have them identify the ending sounds. All they need are letter tiles or even give them a blank sheet of paper and alphabet stamps and have them stamp the ending sounds.

Suggestion 3: You can even try this with the middle sounds. Just pick a few cards and have them identify the middle sounds.

Grab Your Copy

Ready for some spring-themed beginning sound fun? Grab your copy of the Spring Beginning Sound Puzzles by clicking the yellow button below. 

Looking for more Spring fun? Hop on over and grab our Spring CVC Word Puzzles for more fun-filled spring word work!

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