These free printable letter sounds worksheets have a fishing theme that’s fun for summer!
Fishing is a fun summer theme for preschoolers, and these worksheets fit right in.
Fishing Letter Sounds Worksheets
These free worksheets are meant for children just starting to learn letter sounds. There are only 4 letters per page, so as not to overwhelm little learners.
You also get some colorful tokens to help motivate and reward students.
To make these worksheets more fun, you can put them in plastic sleeves and give your kids dry erase pens. That also will save you on paper and printing!
Or, you may want to print individual copies so that you can include these in a summer send-home packet. In that case, I would encourage families to provide fun writing instruments, such as highlighters, glitter crayons, or scented markers when possible.
These letter sounds worksheets are fairly self-explanatory. Children should draw lines from the fishing line to the corresponding fish.
You’ll get the most out of these if you use them working with students one on one or in small groups. Help the kids name the letters and their sounds, then say the pictured words and their initial sounds.
Once they can name everything, have them draw the connecting lines. It’s fine if they want to draw crazy tangled-up lines – let them be as creative as they like.
Finally, they can color the rest of the picture however they want to.
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