Use word family worksheets to help children understand word-families.
For example... once a child understands that the letters a and m form the sound am, it's much easier for them to understand that simply adding a letter or two will create a word. At that point they will be able to read ham, jam, swam, ram, etc.
The worksheets below will ask the children to read both words in each section, then circle and write the word that describes the picture.
36 word-family worksheets to choose from!
ack, ain, ake, ale, all, am, ame, an, ank, ap, ar, ash, at, ate, aw, ay, eat, ell, est, ice, ick, ide, ight, ill, in, ine, ing, ink, ip, it, ock, op, ot, ow, uck, ug
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Pronouncing the words "out loud" will help the kids to hear the sounds each group of letters make. This worksheet also helps with writing skills.
Looking for alphabet fun? This site has lots more preschool printables!
The series, Learning Letters allows the children to trace a letter several times and color some pictures that start with the same letter.
There are also alphabet coloring sheets that each have several pictures to color that all begin with the same letter. Every letter from A to Z!
Alphabet Worksheets - Learn letters and their sounds in a fun way.
Alphabet Flip Book - A mini photo album and free printables will easily create a great way for preschoolers to learn the letters.
Alphabet Flashcards - Different sizes and themes to choose from.
Rhyming Worksheets - Many to choose from. Print one or all!
Alphabet Mazes - Just color the correct letter squares to solve the puzzle.
Alphabet Word-Searches - Look for words that start with a specific letter.
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