What’s the first letter? (a to h)

Skill: Identifying objects

Letter-a-to-h

Cats and dogs!

In this early reading worksheet, your child will fill in the missing beginning letter (a to h) of each word, next to its corresponding picture, such as apple, ball, and cat.

 
 

What’s the first letter? (i to p)

Skill: Learning the alphabet

Letter-i-to-n

Lions and kangaroos!

In this early reading worksheet, your child will fill in the missing beginning letter (i to p) of each word, next to its corresponding picture, such as kangaroo, lion, and palm.

 

What’s the first letter? (q to z)

Skill: “Reading” pictures

Letter-q-to-z

Rhinos and zebras!

In this early kindergarten reading worksheet, your child will choose what the beginning letter is for each of the images for the letters q to z.

 
 

Missing letters: -ish, -ive, and -ip

Skill: Visual discrimination

Letter-fish

Rhyme time

In this early reading worksheet, there are three rhyming word pairs. In the first, your child needs to fill in the letter to match the picture above it. In the second they will need to identify which picture in the margin has the same letters and rhymes with the words in the box. Or they can write a word of their choice that fits the letter pattern.

 

Missing letters: -oat, -ell, and -all

Skill: Letter sounds (phonemes)

Letter-bell

One letter changes a word

In this early reading worksheet, there are three rhyming word pairs. In the first column, your child needs to fill in the letter to match the picture above it. In the second they need to identify which picture in the margin fits the blank. Or they can write a word of their choice that contains the letter pattern.

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Updated: April 20, 2016