10 Hands On Activities That Teach Letter Sounds

10 Hands On Activities That Teach Letter Sounds, Mom Explores The Smokies

These fun hands on activities are simple to set up and make learning letter sounds fun and exciting for any preschooler. All of the activities either offer free printables or use objects that you already have around your house. Variety is the spice of life, so incorporating several of these activities into your teaching routine, will help to keep your kids interested in engaged. Clink the links below to view each exciting activity.

10 Hands On Activities That Teach Letter Sounds, Mom Explores The Smokies

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Farm Animal Letter Sound Matching Game, by Toddler Approved – This friendly farm activity focuses on beginning letter sounds.

Letter Sounds Race, by Inspiration Laboratories – This multi-purpose activity teaches letter recognition in addition to letter sounds. It also incorporates gross motor to keep your kids active and moving.

Letter Slap, by Frugal Fun 4 Boys and Girls – This fast-paced activity also incorporates sight word instruction.

Letter Sounds Punch Game, by Hands On As We Grow – This fun gross motor activity uses items you already have around the house. It doesn’t get cheaper than this!

Beginning Sounds Game, by This Reading Mama – This awesome printable game can be played with 1 or 2 players.

Mystery Mitten Letter Sounds Game – by Growing Book by Book – This cute listening activity pairs perfectly with all your favorite mitten themed books!

10 Hands On Activities That Teach Letter Sounds, Mom Explores The Smokies

DIY Phonics Game, by One Time Through – This fun game helps your child connect letter sounds to real-world items.

Letter Sounds Listening Game, by Mom Explores The Smokies – This awesome letter sounds game incorporates gross motor and helps to build crucial listening skills.

Fishing For Letters Alphabet Game, by The Kindergarten Connection – This is a great sensory activity with free printable.

Letter Sounds Alphabet Game, by Fun Learning For Kids – This perfect printable game can be played with 1 or 2 players and only requires dice and dot marker.

I truly hope that you enjoy each of these wonderful activities. Happy learning!

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