Lesson 22: Consonant ‘y’

lesson-22

Grade Levels
PreK – 4th, Homeschool

Subjects
English Language Arts, Early Intervention, Phonics

Resource Type
Worksheets, Activities, Handouts

Formats Included
PDF

Pages
9 pages

$2.00

This worksheet package focuses on the consonant ‘y’ as in yo-yo.

Great for beginning learners to practice their letter formation, sounding out skills, and phonemic awareness. Our worksheet packages build phonemic awareness skills in a sequential order and are intended to be worked through starting from lesson 1, lesson 2, lesson 3 etc.

Includes 9 pages:

Page 1 – Trace, sound out, match – Students should be guided to letter name and sound out as they trace each letter and match it to the picture that begins with the same sound. (ex. y says /y/ for picture match keyword)

Page 2 – Letter Tracing – Students practice tracing each letter and should repeat the story as they trace (ex. y says /y/ for yo-yo)

Page 3 – Letter Formation – Students practice their own letter formation by tracing the letter then continuing along the row forming their own letter. Placing a green dot where the letter begins can be helpful for students. This page can be saved for students to return to and continue their letter formation.

Page 4 – Coloring page – Students color only the pictures on the page that begin with the sound in the instruction box.

Page 5 – Spelling Page – The provided spelling page has traceable phonetically controlled spelling words as per our worksheet order.

Page 6 – Tutor info sheet

Page 7 – Blank Spelling Sheet Template – To be used for practice of new sound spelling

Page 8 – Let’s Read – Phonetically controlled word list as per package order

Page 9 – Supplementary Story – Phonetically controlled reading

We recommend observing the student/child as they work through this package to ensure proper letter formation and that the correct vowel value is given when sounding out.