Beginning Letters

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Length of Time
30 to 45 minutes

Students will have a worksheet where they will circle the words in the list that start with the same letters.


Students will learn:
To recognize beginning letters of words that are the same.
To recognize beginning sounds of words

Materials Needed

Worksheet that I have included in this lesson
Pencils and Erasers


First, you will copy the worksheet so that each student will have a copy.

Then, you will write the following examples on the board:

1. Tree Boat House Top

2. Car Brush Comb Hair

You will explain to the students that they are to find two words in each row that begin with the same letter.

After that, you will give them the worksheet.

Worksheet - Beginning Sounds

Directions: Circle the words in each row that begin with the same letter.

1. Car Boat Truck Train

2. Ball Doll Blocks Paper

3. Pencils Erasers Markers Pens

4. Letters Numbers Shapes Names

5. Two One Three Five

6. Six Four Seven Eight

7. Boy Girl Boat Ten

8. Too Their For Nine

9. For At Can Apple

10. Then Same Some Can

11. Came To Candy Four

12. Talk When Where Up

13. Down Who Want Why

14. Book Paper Pencil Eraser

15. Table Chair Desk Do

16. About Above When Hot

17. Cold Why Came But

18. Now No Never Yes

19. Next After Before Now

20. To At Be By


You can grade the students on the total number correct out of the total possible number.

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