Letter Roll Beginning Sounds Activity

Letter Roll Beginning Sounds Activity

How to teach Beginning Sounds

Using the Letter Roll Beginning Sounds Activity, students practice brainstorming and writing words that start with various consonants.

Being able to identify the beginning helps students read and write words. This activity gives them practice coming up with their own words that begin with specific letters of the alphabet. This is a perfect activity for a literacy center, small group, or guided reading.

Roll a die to land on a letter and write that letter in the box on your answer sheet (various types of writing sheets are provided). Flip over a timer to begin game play. Write down as many words as you can think of that begin with that letter. After time is up, share your answers with the group and record how many words you got correct on the score sheet. Play four rounds of Letter Roll and add up each player’s total score. The player with the most words is the winner!

 

Other resources to use with this Letter Roll Beginning Sounds Activity

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

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

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 letter sounds individually or with a partner. Once students are finished, challenge students to choose one letter and come up with as many words as possible.

Be sure to check out more Beginning Sounds Activities.

 

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