Today I’m sharing a round up of free phonics activities – you’ll love these colorful and creative printables!
I believe in a balanced approach to teaching reading. We do a lot of sight word work, but we also focus on letters and sounding out words. Today I’m sharing a collection of free phonics activities that are perfect for classroom centers, tutoring, or learning at home. Enjoy!
Chicka Chicka Letters Climb is a brilliant game by Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational. It’s designed to help your little one distinguish between upper and lowercase letters. We’ll be printing this one for sure!
Here’s another freebie to practice letter recognition – ABC Memory.
These are amazing. Print these free letter roads from Playdough to Plato and put them inside a little photo album. Your little one can practice driving his car over the letters as he says their names. Just the thing for my toddler!
For even more letter recognition practice, print this set of 26 free letter books! Each book has seven bright pictures alongside the letter.
These 25 free picture mats and accompanying letter cards will help your child learn letter sounds.
I’ve shared 34 free word family houses for nearly all the short vowel word families. Just print, laminate, and assemble, and you have a simple, hands-on way to practice reading new words.
If you’re looking to help your child spell short vowel words, these roll & write pages are just the thing.
If your beginning reader enjoys the BOB Books, you’ll appreciate this giant set of printables from This Reading Mama. Most of these work well even without using the BOB Books.
We love playing this FLIP IT! game for practice reading short vowel words.
Reading blends can be tough! This Reading Mama has six different game boards to practice beginning and ending blends.
I’ve got sets of read ‘n stick mats for nearly all the long vowel word families! Check out my set for long a and find the links to the other sets as well.
Mastering the silent e can be tricky! You’ll love this free long a vowel pack from This Reading Mama.
Grab our phonics readers!
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