This ‘Jolly Phonics worksheets’ Pack covers the first three groups of the Jolly Phonics sounds curriculum. This set has 4 simple ‘cut and paste’ letter sort activity sheets.
Let’s discuss these beginning sound cut and paste worksheets.
Cut the sound tiles. Let the child identify the pictures.
Once the child has identified the beginning sounds of the pictures, stick the beginning sounds. The pictures are turtle, nail, spoon, popcorn, apple, and ink.
These grasp crayons in the picture above are perfect for preschool children. They are easy to grip and help the child transition from grasp to grip formation. A must-have with my 3-year olds. You can find them here.
The nest Jolly Phonics worksheet is for the sounds c, e, h, m, r and d. The pictures are clock, dog, house, egg, mushroom and ring.
If you are looking to practice beginning sounds in-depth with your child, please check these ‘a-z beginning sound’ Pack. This pack of 26 worksheets will help practice alphabet sounds from a-z individually and in detail.
The pictures for this sheet are of kite, rocket, mop, dress, hen and envelope. These Jolly Phonics worksheets require little prep but will go a long way in helping your child gain confidence with beginning sounds.
The last beginning sounds worksheet is the third group of Jolly Phonics sounds ‘goulfb’. The pictures are grapes, bee, umbrella, orange, lock, and flower.
This ‘Jolly Phonics worksheets’ pack is a subscriber freebie.
I have another ‘Jolly Phonics worksheets’ pack, ‘Match the sound’. It has a matching activity for the first three groups (satpin ckehmrd goulfb) of Jolly Phonics. You can go to the post by clicking on the image below.
I hope you find these ‘Jolly Phonics worksheets‘ resources useful.