Learning the alphabet and letter sounds takes lots of ongoing practice. That’s why hands-on activities such as this alphabet lines beginning sound activity work so well. Add this alphabet activity to your workstations this week.
Alphabet Activity: Alphabet Lines
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Alphabet Activity Skills
This activity works on beginning sounds (except for /x/) for the 21 consonants. The pack has been recently updated to include all sounds except for the vowels a,e,i,o, and u. The sound of /x/ is represented as the final sound of words instead of the beginning sound.
Alphabet Lines Set-Up
Print out the alphabet printables and laminate for durability if you choose. You’ll need a toy train or other small token to “ride” each line.
How to Play the Alphabet Lines
You’ll need a toy train or other small token to “ride” each line. Place your vehicle at one end of the line. As you move down the line, name each picture listening for and identifying the beginning sound. Proceed through as many letter lines as you wish.
Printable Letter Lines Alphabet Activity
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More Alphabet Activities to Use with Kids
Enjoy even more hands-on alphabet activities to work on letter identification and beginning sounds. Here are a few more to try.
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