Learning letter sounds is a popular activity in our house these days. I’m in no rush for Wesley to read, but he is wanting to learn more. He points to various words he sees throughout the day and pretends to read them. So I’ve been slowly teaching him his letter sounds, because once again, I’m in no rush.
We’ve started playing more board games in the past few months and the boys seem to like the matching games quite a bit. I decided to make some image cards with matching letters so we could play the matching game while learning. It’s a bit much for Wesley right now, so we break up the game into smaller batches at a time.
They don’t even have to play the matching game. They can just place the letter on top of the matching image, like we did in all of these pictures.
In this download, I have the letter tiles, image tiles, and image tiles with corresponding capital letters, in case you have a learner working on matching lower case and upper case. I imagine we will be working on letter sounds for a while to come, so be on the look out for more printables!