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Writing the Final Sound in Words

Writing the Final Sound in Words


4 worksheets in which children need to use the picture and the first part of the word to work out and write what the final sound in the word would be. Simple 3 and 4 letter words.


Why do you need this?

Isolating ending sounds builds phonemic awareness, a key early reading skill. These worksheets give students practice identifying final sounds in simple words through fun fill-in-the-blank activities.


Filling in missing sounds reinforces sounding out abilities critical for spelling and reading. Recognizing final phonemes aids rhyming and phonics skills too. These worksheets allow assessment of skill progression with CVC and CCVC words.


How and when might you use this?

Each page displays 10 illustrated words with the final letters missing. Using the picture and initial sounds as clues, children must determine and write in the last letter to complete the terms. For example, seeing a picture of a p-i- _ would cue writing in "g" to spell "pig".


Parents and teachers can incorporate the pages into lessons or independent practice.


What’s included?

4 PDF worksheets



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