Letter G Student Activity Page Phonics Free Language Printable

This letter g student activity page phonics learning printable is great for preschool children. Use this language resource to create hands-on learning-to-read activities for your students, /g/ phoneme and letter of the week activities.

This phonics activity page features the letter g, it’s a handy resource for students in your classroom who are learning to identify letters and sounds.

Age: Preschool ages 2.5 – 5 years

Subjects and uses in the classroom: Phonics, Sandpaper Letter Extensions, Language Centers, Fine motor, Prereading

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How to use this resource

This activity page contains many fun, quick, and engaging hands-on exercises. Children are prompted to practice letter formation, and ASL language, identify words that begin with the sound, color, trace, and identify the letter. The poster also has a visual demonstration of the pronunciation. The complementary sheet also contains images and labels for additional matching work and cutting exercise strips with the letter g.

Print on cardstock and laminate if you wish to reuse it, or print a black and white version for each student to complete. Gather pencils, crayons, pegs or counters, scissors, play dough, or some loose parts for children to build the letter g.

Present the letter and invite the child to say the sound correctly following the prompt, practice the letter in sign language, trace or build the letter, color, match the picture to the picture and the word to the word, trace it, clip pegs onto correct boxes, and practice cutting.

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