CVC words are usually the first words children learn once they know their consonant sounds and short vowel sounds. In CVC words, all the letters are pronounced, and they are pronounced the way children expect. Although many words in English do not follow rules of phonics, most of them do. So teaching children patterns that work most of the time builds confidence to figure out words that are new to them.

 

HOW TO USE:

  • Print, cut and laminate whichever sets you require – depending on your teaching focus
  • Organise same sets together and store in ziplock bags for use in your literacy stations
  • When in use, mix and match sets to challenge your students
  • Add: Dry erase markers to fill in blank boxes; a cloth or sponge to wipe clean after use; Picture Identification sheets for self-checking

 

CONTENT

  • Contents Table/Teacher Notes/
  • Short Vowels Blank Sets
  • Short Vowels Missing Initial Sound
  • Short Vowels Missing Medial Sound
  • Short Vowels Missing Final Sound
  • Picture Identification for self-checking

 

LIST

  • SHORT A: ab, ad, ag, am, an, ap, at
  • SHORT E: ed, eg, en, et
  • SHORT I: id, ig, im, in, ip, it
  • SHORT O: ob, og, op, ot
  • SHORT U: ub; ug; um; un; ut

CVC Words Station Write and Wipe Cards

£4.00Price
  • PAGE COUNT: 131

    AGE RANGE: 6-8 YEARS

    FILE TYPE: PDF