This printable list chart is made up of CVC words with the each of the five vowels, including: bad, red, dig, fog, rug and more. Students will enjoy having a helpful resource that they can use while studying the different CVC words. This CVC Word List is made easy to print, making it perfect for parents and teachers both at home or in the classroom.
Students fill in the short vowels for the words that match the pictures, practicing phonological awareness.
Students choose from the letters on a Spring flower and write words. A fun way to practice vocabulary and anticipate the warm days to come!
Finding syllables and identifying vowels will be fun with this worksheet.
Celebrate as you practice letter sounds with this Thanksgiving Activity on the short e sound. Students will be asked to color the spaces with words that have a short e sound orange, and the spaces with words that have a long e sound any color they like.
Celebrate as you practice letter sounds with this Thanksgiving Activity on the long e sound. Students will be asked to color the spaces with words that have a long e sound red, and the spaces with words that have a short e sound any color they like. This activity is great for use both at home and in the classroom.
Send your students on a holiday hunt to find the missing vowel for eight different Thanksgiving nouns.
Students practice phonics and spelling in this worksheet on vowel diagraphs, writing vowels pairs for common words, then identifying the diagraphs.
In this worksheet, your student will sort pictures based on the vowel sound of the word.
Here’s a great sorting game for vowel teams.
Here’s a sorting set for words that begin with A!
Use this alphabet sorting set alone, with other vowel sets or with a consonant set!
Your student will sort the words that start with I and the words that don’t in this alphabet game!
Oh, you will love this alphabet game on the letter O!
This sorting game on the letter U will help your student learn her letters.
Here’s a fun bingo game to help your student learn about vowels.
This worksheet is a great practice for recognizing and using the vowel teams ‘ee’ and ‘ea’.
It’s time to work with the vowel teams of ‘oo’ and ‘oa’!