Practice beginning sounds and develop motor skills with fun ABC cut and paste worksheets suitable for preschoolers. This printable has colorful pictures that your child can easily identify with and matching them with letters of the alphabet will definitely be exciting.
The best thing about these cut and paste alphabet worksheets is that they include activities children already enjoy, cutting and pasting. Your little one will also love naming all the pictures and seeing how many first sounds they can get right!
You can use the worksheets at home of in the classroom.
Easily download the free printable at the bottom of this post and start practicing those beginning sounds!
Printable Alphabet Matching Activity
Learning the beginning sounds develops your little one’s language skills. After learning the letters of the alphabet, they need to know where and how to use them. The skills they develop when learning beginning sounds for different objects will help them learn how to speak, read and write in the future.
Teaching the alphabet is fun and easy with pictures and a bit of versatility. That is exactly what you get in these cut and paste abc worksheets. There are pictures your child will name and letters to cut and paste. They will learn how to pronounce different letters and match those sounds with the pictures.
How To Use Free Cut and Paste Alphabet Worksheets
For this activity, your little one will cut and paste letters on pictures.
The cut and paste alphabet printable includes ten pages with 26 pictures of objects and 26 letters to cut out and paste. Download and print them.
Here is what yu will need for this activity:
- ABC cut and paste worksheets to print (download at the bottom of the post)
- Pair of scissors to cut out the letters
- Glue to paste the letters on the pictures
- Laminating machine (optional)
Print the worksheets and cut out the letters individually and get them ready for the activity.
Do one worksheet at a time. Each worksheet has four pictures that need to be matched with their beginning sounds.
Pick one picture and ask your child to name the object on the picture. Ask if they can hear what the first letter is. If they don’t, practice with them. For example, if they recognize the and in the picture, let them say the name.
Now repeat the name “ant” making sure the first sound is more audible than the remaining letters. If they still don’t recognize that first sound, let them say the alphabet and try to match the beginning sounds.
Once your little one has identified which letter matches the name of the object, they should pick the letter and paste it on the space next to the picture on the worksheet.
Keep going until all the pictures have been matches with the letters of the alphabet.
Remember, learning beginning sounds can can be a little bit challenging initially, but your child will soon get the hang of it. Work at their pace and work in short periods of time so they don’t get overwhelmed and lose interest.
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