Phonics are kind of a controversial topic in education these days. Some kids learn to read without ever practicing phonics, but some benefit by learning to master common phonics skills.
Personally, I’m for whatever helps a child learn to read.
Some of my kids took to reading right away. Others learned beginning sounds, digraphs, and suffixes before learning to read fluently.
So I thought these printable phonics flashcards might be useful to some of you as well!
These would be excellent for literacy centers, phonics reviews, and even “I Have, Who Has?” games! Plus, you can print them once and then use them over and over again.
Find out how to get your set of phonics flashcards for kids below! And, for more fun with early literacy, check out our Rhyming Word Puzzles!
Phonics Fun! Printable Phonics Flashcards for Kids
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- Printer (with ink)
- Printer Paper
- Laminator (Useful if you plan to reuse the cards)
These printable phonics flashcards for kids include a complete set of vowel flashcards, featuring letters and pictures that have the correct beginning sound for each letter.
Long and short vowel sounds are included.
So, for letter A, there are two flashcards: one featuring a picture of an acorn (for long A) and another featuring a picture of an alligator (for short A).
Consonant sounds are included in this set of printable phonics flashcards too!
Letters that have more than one sound, such as G, have a flashcard for each type of sound: hard and soft.
In the example of G, one flashcard shows a picture of grapes (for hard G) and another shows a picture of a gingerbread man (for soft G).
Even tricky letters like X are included! One flashcard shows a word that begins with X (“xylophone”) and another shows a word that ends with the X sound (“fox”).
Color and line art versions of all the flashcards are included as well!
Scroll down to get your copy of our printable phonics flashcards!
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