Our little readers have started reading blends ‘l and r’ words now. Before beginning with the s-blends, I would like to focus on another important aspect which is the confusion between the r and l consonant blends.
bled and bred
plop and prop
clap and crap
blush and brush
glass and grass
blanch and branch
Sometimes the children say it right but just get confused regarding which blend to write. This requires practice, practice, and more practice.
I have shared Pack 1 of ‘l and r consonant blends’ on my blog. You can check the post here and download the pack.
Now, let’s discuss the blends worksheets in this pack.
These word sort worksheets will help ease the confusion between l and r blends. There are twelve ‘l’ and r’ short vowel words which the child needs to read, sort, and paste in the correct box.
The little ones love this activity. Please cut the word tiles and have them read the words. If the child is facing difficulty in reading the words, you can suggest the child highlight the ‘r’ and ‘l’ blend with light colors. For example, the child can color ‘pr’ blend in the tile with yellow and ‘pl’ blend with orange. The child can now make out the first two letters of the word which are ‘pr’ and ‘pl.’ It makes reading so easier.
The pictures are:
grapes gran grill
gloss glitter glum
plum play planet
prop princess press
flush floss flag
frock frame fruits
For more free l-blend words cut and paste activity worksheets, check this space.
Identify the pictures and pick the correct beginning blend from the two options.
Read the words in the word bank and then write them next to the picture.
A fun picture sort, cut, and paste worksheet for children where they will read the sentence and stick the picture next to it.
For more blends for kindergarten worksheets, check this space.
Unscramble the words to form a logical sentence. Write it following the basic punctuation.
This pack is a subscriber freebie.