Farm Animals Letter Sounds Matching

Visiting a farm is always a fun experience for kids. Whether you go to pick fruits and vegetables, or to see farm animals, there are many opportunities for learning. Afterwards, you can use this Free Farm Animals printable to practice beginning letter sounds!
FREE beginning letter sounds matching with a farm animal theme. Great preschool and kindergarten activity to learn letter sounds and can be used as a cutting, pasting and coloring activity.

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This FREE Farm Animals activity includes 8 farm animals that children have to match to their beginning letter sounds. Includes both uppercase and lowercase letters so you can choose which one is right for your child.
  • C is for cow
  • P is for pig
  • L is for lamb
  • H is for horse
  • G is for goat
  • T is for turkey
  • D is for duck
  • R is for rooster
This activity comes in both color and black & white. You can laminate it and use velcro dots to attach the animals to the page, or your child can do it as a cut/paste/color activity.




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FREE beginning letter sounds matching with a farm animal theme. Great preschool and kindergarten activity to learn letter sounds and can be used as a cutting, pasting and coloring activity.


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4 comments:

  1. Do you have a printable farm mat without any letters on it? Looking for a printable playdoh mat or mini animal mat to go with farm animals. Thank you! Blessings!

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  2. paintedpony57@hotmail.comSeptember 5, 2017 at 11:53 PM

    Really cute and motivating for my special needs kindergartener. However sheep begins with sh sound, (could be called a lamb, but no place for an /l/ word. chicken with ch (hen could be substituted but then there wouldn't be a spot for horse.

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    1. Yes, thanks for pointing that out. This activity needs to be updated.

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    2. Just so you know, this activity has been updated. There is now an L for lamb. Also, there was no chicken. It was R for rooster. Sorry for any confusion!

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