18 Free Beginning Sound A Letter Worksheets for easy download

Today I hope to make life a little easier for you while you are teaching Beginning Sounds for the letter A. I have 18 Free Beginning Sound A Letter Worksheets for easy download.  All of the letters are important, but in my opinion, the letter A is one of the most important letters.  When you are teaching phonics, (and particularly the vowel sounds), just focus on one vowel sound so that the students understand how that vowel controls the word.  The words map, cat, fat, rat, pat, etc all have the same sound in the middle and that sound controls the word.  Once they understand they all have the short a sound, you can do magic and change the map to mop!

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Beginning Sounds Letter A worksheets for Kindergarten

18 Free Beginning Sound Letter A Worksheets

Today I have a whole bunch of Beginning Sounds Letter A worksheets for you!  There are handwriting pages cut and paste activities and more.  To get your free Beginning Letter Sound Worksheets, enter in your email and they will be sent to you.  You will also be added to our mailing list where you will find out about more fun things, like freebies. If you have any trouble getting your worksheets, please email me at [email protected] and let me know you are having trouble with your A Beginning Letter Sound Worksheets.

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  1. Dear Meeghan,

    Just found a remark somewhere, where you asked what to do with all those picked apples. I made applesauce with my kindergarten children. A super learning opportunity and the kids loved it.

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