Teaching Beginning Sounds To Little Learners is the first essential step to reading. Do you need some ideas and activities to make this fun, engaging and meaningful? Look no further! Here are some creative and effective ideas and activities to make learning beginning sounds purposeful and fun.

Introducing Beginning Sounds

Teaching beginning sounds to little learners is an important foundational skill in their early literacy development. Here are some tips that may be helpful to you:

Introduction of Letters and Sounds


Have you ever come across these mini swing-top trash cans? I bought a case of them from DollarTree!😃 Add some googly eyes, yarn hair and you have yourself a Munching Monster!👾You can use these for a variety of skills, including: beginning, middle, ending sound; number ID or any other skill you may want to practice! #kindergartenchaos #handsonlearning #kidscrafts #dollartreecrafts #kidsactivities

♬ original sound – Kindergarten Chaos ✏️Abbie

Since beginnings sound go hand and hand with letter recognition, having a plethora of activities in your literacy station that are fun, engaging yet meaningful and purposeful are a must for the academic success of your little learners.

Check out “How to Start Literacy Stations in Kindergarten” for more ideas and information.

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