Summer Popsicle Alphabet and Beginning Sounds – FREE Printable

Summer Popsicle Alphabet and Beginning Sounds – FREE Printable

FREE Summer Popsicle Beginning Sounds

I was browsing the internet for some summer clip art and stumbled across these cute popsicle/icy-pole ones and had to make a printable that I could share with you all.

Before I continue to write this super quick post, I need to let you know that my printer is on its way out and is not doing the colors on these popsicles/icy-poles any justice. The colors are more like what you see in the picture below.

FREE Literacy Center - Summer Beginning Sounds

Anyhow, there are a few ways that you can use this activity to suit the learning level of your children.

For beginners, use the popsicles/icy-poles intact and teach them the relationship between lower and upper case letters and beginning sounds. You could ask children to order the popsicles/icy-poles alphabetically, you could use them as flashcards…

FREE Summer Popsicle Beginning Sounds

For kiddos who require more practice with upper and lower case matching, cut apart each popsicle/icy-pole section and remove the picture in the middle (or keep it attached to the lower case letter), and ask them to match the correct cases.

And, of course, there is always the option of using all three sections.

I hope you will find this Summer Popsicle Alphabet and Beginning Sounds activity useful and the your children will have fun with it!

Click on any of the pictures above to take you to the FREE download link in my store.

If you’re looking for something with a little less link for your preschoolers, be sure to check out my new Preschool Summer Review packet.

Preschool Worksheets - Summer Review

Or, if you’re looking for a more challenging packet for Kindergarten (Grade Prep), then the Summer Review for Kindergarten will do the trick!

Worksheets and Activities - SUMMER Math and Literacy Review for Kindergarten

48 thoughts on “Summer Popsicle Alphabet and Beginning Sounds – FREE Printable”

  1. Thanks, Lavinia, for all your hard work on these great resources! What I’m really hanging out for though, is more of your Sunday School lessons – your lessons on Creation were fantastic! Anything new in the pipeline?

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