Beginning Sounds B C D Worksheet

Beginning Sounds B C D Worksheet

How to teach Beginning Consonants

Using the Beginning Sounds B C D Worksheet, students make new words by adding the initial consonants B, C, or D.

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.

Students make new words by adding the initial consonant B,C, or D. Once students have finished creating words, they should read them aloud to practice reading fluently.

Other resources to use with this Beginning Sounds B C D Worksheet

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Introduce this activity by reviewing letter sounds using the Have Fun Teaching What Do the Letters Say Song. First, create an anchor chart with the three categories - B,C, and D. Have students provide examples that match those sounds.   Then, have students complete the worksheet individually or with a partner.

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