Hi! It’s time for the third pack of ‘letter reversal worksheets‘ for b and d. These letter reversal worksheets will hopefully end the d and b confusion.
I would suggest you take a print out of d and b poster and stick it on your child’s room door or cupboard. Somewhere where your child is sure to see at least once a day. This visual aid helps in registering and thus discriminating between the two letters.
When handling the topic of the letter confusion, I use the letter sort worksheet as a warmup exercise for our little learners.
Circle the correct word. This worksheet proves to be quite tricky and challenging for my kids. The only difference between the words is that the d and b letters have been interchanged. It becomes more complex to discriminate between letter b and d when reading a word.
The pictures are
cob wed bit
meds bus bun
God web lid
The next two-letter reversal worksheets have the d and b sound missing from them. The child has to identify the sound of the picture and then write it to complete the word.
The next letter reversal worksheet in this pack is a word family worksheet where the ending sound is either ‘b’ or ‘d’. The child has to paste the word family tile to complete the word.
bud dad bad
nib wed sad
hob mad sub
The last b and d worksheet is a ‘this’ or ‘that’ worksheet using CVC words. This b and d worksheet will enable your child to form simple sentences.
Please do not forget to tell your child that a basic sentence always begins with a capital letter and ends with a period (full stop).
This is a bus.
That is a bin.
This is a bot.
That is a bib.
That is a hob.
That is a web.
This is a cab.
I have also included a resource that explains the concept of this and that.
This ‘letter reversal worksheets’ pack is a subscriber freebie.