Consonant Sounds Activity


How to teach Consonant Sounds

Using the Consonant Sounds Activity, students use the ice cream cone letters and scoop picture cards to identify beginning consonant sounds of words.

Being able to identify the beginning sounds helps students read and write words. This activity gives them practice using common words that they will encounter in their reading.

Choose a sorting mat. Most consonant letters have 5 picture scoops to match, while some have 2, 3, or 4. Teacher selects which sorting mats for student to use to help for a more self-correcting activity.Students sort the ice cream scoop pictures onto the letter ice cream cone by listening to the beginning consonant sound.

Other resources to use with this Consonant Sounds Activity

If you are using this activity, your students are probably learning about beginning sounds.

Use this Beginning Sounds Sort Activity – B,P as an additional resource for your students.

This is a perfect activity for a literacy center, small group, or guided reading. Introduce this activity by reviewing letter sounds using the Have Fun Teaching What Do the Letters Say Song. Then, have students practice finding the beginning and ending letter sounds individually or with a partner. Once students are finished, have them draw their own pictures and tell the beginning and ending sounds.

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