As I mentioned in earlier posts, most of my preschoolers struggle with /k/, /g/, and /s/ so that is what I focused on for this activity.
The directions for this activity are simple. All you do is cut out the letters on the pages of the download, cut out the pictures, and put all of the pictures in a bag or a hat. Place the letters in front of the child, and have him select a picture, say the word, and paste the picture on the correct letter (i.e. "king" goes with /k/).
There are initial, medial, and final targets in each download for each phoneme.
You could also use this activity for language! Have the child follow directions by placing the pictures in particular places; target prepositions by instructing the child to place the king next to the cat; target descriptions by asking the child to describe each picture. Use the pictures and the EET tool and have the child glue for reinforcement.
Initial, medial, and final /k/
Initial, medial, and final /s/
Note: Initial, medial, and final /g/ is also included in this download.
Download the activity here: Letter Collage
Other letter activities:
There's a great free initial /s/ worksheet (printable) from Testy Yet Trying. Check it out!
Storytime Katie blogged about letter puzzles. They are not free downloads, but they are easy to make yourself! You could even use the materials I supplied, put the pictures on the letter, then laminate and cut the letter into puzzle pieces. It's a great activity!