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CVC Centers and Activities Volume One

Hi friends, I've finally completed this CVC center packet and I'm so thrilled to share it with you. It's taken me a whole two weeks to get it done and it was so big that I had to split it into volumes. So this post is all about Volume One and it is packed full of fun and engaging activities to get your students learning about, practicing and mastering their short vowel words. The Activities This packet features 12 different activities which are designed to provide students with hands-on…

Word Family Garden! What a fun literacy center craftivity or word work station for kindergarten or first grade. Perfect for a spring unit!

Word Family Garden! What a fun literacy center craftivity or word work station for kindergarten or first grade. Perfect for a spring unit!

Teaching Kids to Read Through Play - How Wee Learn

As a teacher, one of the things I get asked the MOST about is teaching kids to read. For some children, it comes so quickly and naturally. And for others... it doesn't. So this post is for the mama of one of those "others" (and I say that in a kidding and kind way, of

Do you use anchor charts in your classroom? The kids love anchor charts, and they are a great way to practice reading skills! I created th...

at Word Family Freebies

Hi friends! How is your week going? Mine has featured 23 students tearing paper (and I mean LOTS of paper) to create penguin artworks. Sounds tame. It was not. That is all I want to say about it at this stage. When my heart rate comes down, I will post a few pictures over on my art/class blog. Seriously though, it was fun. I wanted to stop by quickly to share this little freebie with you. Your students can brainstorm and record some 'at' words on the cat! Find it over in the craft library of…

Teaching word families is a great way to empower young readers to see that they can read lots of words.  Having students build the words in each of the word families makes it a more meaningful way to create anchor charts that they will continue to use.  Click to read about different ways to engage kids in learning to read and spell word family words.

Learn how to teach word family words so that they stick - kids will learn to read and spell word families words if they are engaged in the process of building charts to use as anchor posters in the classroom.

Over 30 awesome hands-on word family activities!  Great for beginning readers!

Learning phonograms (word families) is an important part of reading. These hands-on word family activities & word family games are excellent for beginning readers!

Roll and read literacy centers that are differentiated into so many different levels for a ton of word families reading practice in words AND sentences

Short A is usually the first phonics sound you teach in kindergarten and first grade so I figured it'd be a great sound to show you teaching...

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Word Family Activities for Kindergarten
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The CVCE Words Sound it Out packet provides children with a fun and engaging activity for sounding out and reading the most common CVCE word families. This is an ideal activity for beginning as well as struggling readers. Children say the name for the picture and sound out the word. Children dot the correct sound and write the complete word in the letterboxes or on the handwriting lines. This activity can be used in literacy centers, small group work, for early finishers, and distance learning.
Word Families for Kindergarten