Winter Alphabet Center Craft and Activity – Beginning Sounds Match-Up – Literacy
Learners will have fun learning their alphabet and beginning sounds using this fun Winter Alphabet Craft Activity. This Beginning Sounds Winter Craft activity will make the perfect Literacy Center for your Kindergarten students this winter season. Learners will explore the beginning sounds for 104 age-appropriate vocabulary words presented on snowballs, then identify the sound and match it to the corresponding letter on a snow globe.
Perfect for use during kindergarten literacy centers or with small groups of students, this winter beginning sound and alphabet craft activity is simple to prepare and can be used again and again. Colo and black and white versions are included for the picture cards along with recording sheets for students to record their learning.
- This printable is part of the Kindergarten Winter Math and Literacy Centers.
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What’s included in this Beginning Sounds Craft Literacy Center for Kindergarten?
- Aa – Zz Snow globes
- 104 Picture Cards – 4 for each letter (Color and Black & white)
- List of words
- Recording sheets
- Answer Keys
The snow globes can be printed 2 or 6 to a page depending on what size you’d prefer to use.
How to best use this Kindergarten Winter Beginning Sounds Craft Activity?
- Learners can choose a few of the letters to practice.
- They will identify the pictures in the snowballs with the correct beginning sounds and match it up to the correct snowglobe.
- Learners can then record their answers in the recording sheet, if desired.
Preparing this Winter Beginning Sound Literacy Center:
- Print and laminate the pages.
- Cut apart to create the snow globes and snowball pictures.
- Print recording sheets if required.
This packet can be used to strengthen fine motor skills, explore during morning work or used as supplemental literacy/math centers.
The centers are best used once printed on cardstock and/or laminated. You can choose to implement these centers in an independent way or use with small-groups.
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