Phonics Alphabet Wheels – Initial Letters

One of my favourite alphabet printables are the Alphabet Wheels - These are so cool! This set consists of 5 easy to make Alphabet Wheels that cover the initial letters. Children turn the wheel to match up an alphabet letter with a picture that begins with the same letter sound.

You can download the PDF here:
Alphabet Wheels

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2 Responses to Phonics Alphabet Wheels – Initial Letters

  1. Desmond Natubakilagi March 27, 2012 at 8:33 am #

    I teach in a Fijian village school where English is their third language. The teaching of English is a challenge especially when working with phonics. Thank you so much for putting up such wonderful activities that will really help me in my teaching. I will also appreciate your offer of any kind of help. thank you so much.

    • Amanda Post April 1, 2012 at 5:16 am #

      Thank you for your kind words, Desmond. I’m happy to help! I will be adding new printables often, so please check back. :)

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