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Our printer has been on the fritz lately and I really wanted to try these out before posting them…but since I’m pretty sure they will be fun, I figured I’d share them even before I get to play along myself at home!

These are beginning consonant cards to use with your tot/preschooler and are designed to help identify the beginning consonant sound in words. There are 3 pictures provided for each consonant (with the exception of ‘x’ – go figure). I do have them printed off and am going to laminate them to make them a little more sturdy

Match the pictures to their beginning letter sound. You can also use the picture cards to practice identifying objects with your child.

You can download and print the pdf by clicking here for the printable. Be sure to download the long and short vowel cards that I posted as well!


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  • Jennifer

    I really like those. I will be printing them. Thank you!

  • Tim, Allyson, Emahry, and Jonathan

    I just downloaded a copy. They look great! Where do you get the photos for your cards? Do you take them yourself?

  • Katie

    I love these and would love to use them in my preschool class but I teach in a bilingual room. Do you have/know where I could find beginning consonant cards for Spanish?

  • I’m sorry, I don’t!

  • kelly

    why not use the computer to translate the words. ??

  • I think perhaps she is looking for cards that will start with the same initial sound, which would completely change if it were in Spanish – so these wouldn’t work. :)

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