These apple theme beginning sounds task cards are super simple to prep and will give students lots of practice with letter sounds this fall! Add them to your alphabet stations for lots of fun and learning.
Beginning Sounds Alphabet Task Cards
Task cards are a great addition to the classroom because they are super simple to prep and store in the classroom. Plus, they provide lots of fun, hands-on practice with important phonics skills your students are working on.
These free printable beginning sounds task cards give kids an engaging way to interact with letters and letter sounds while practicing beginning sound isolation. The apple theme makes them perfect for your fall lesson plans!
Low Prep Letter Learning!
Getting this alphabet activity ready for your students is super simple. Just cut the cards apart and grab some mini erasers, snap cubes or something else to cover spots on the card. For added durability, you can also laminate the cards.
Once you have your supplies gathered and the cards prepped, you will be ready to add lots of hands-on letter learning to your centers or stations.
You are going to save so much time planning lots of fun alphabet learning for your students!
Setting Up the Alphabet Beginning Sounds Task Cards
As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.
- Alphabet Beginning Sounds Task Cards (button to get them at the bottom of this post)
- Mini erasers or snap cubes
- Scissors to cut out the cards
- Print the cards.
- Laminate the cards.
- Cut the cards apart.
- Gather manipulatives.
- Store the entire activity in a large baggie or these task card boxes.
Differentiated Alphabet Letter Sounds Activity
Students will take a letter sounds task card and look at the uppercase and lowercase letters that are at the top of the card. Then they will say the sound that letter makes.
Next, they will try to find words that begin with that sound. So they will name each object pictured on the card and determine if it begins with the sound that letter makes. Each card has 3 objects that begin with that letter sound, so students will cover 3 pictures on the card.
You can differentiate this activity by choosing letters that your students are currently learning or letters that they already know. You can also choose the number of letters your students will work on at a time.
Students can work on the cards independently or with partners. They can be used during centers, soft start morning routines and small groups.
Hands-on Alphabet Practice
The kids are going to have lots of fun engaging with letters and practicing letter sound isolation.
Use these alphabet task cards for:
- Morning soft start routines
- Literacy centers
- Early finishers
- Tutoring resource
- Small group activity
These alphabet beginning sounds task cards are fun to use, easy to prep, and have so many educational benefits.
Don’t stress about teaching the alphabet to your students. Add these alphabet task cards to your plans to make learning letters and sounds an engaging, hands-on experience!
Click the button below to get the Apple Theme Alphabet Beginning Sounds Task Cards and incorporate them into your lesson plans!