This set includes 30 printable worksheets to help students learn to read and write cvc words.
In 5 of the worksheets they will need to trace the single sounds at the bottom of the page, then cut and paste them into the INITIAL place to make a word, using the pictures and letters to help them.
In 5 of the worksheets they will need to trace the single sounds and paste them into the FINAL position of a cvc word, matching the pictures.
In the other set of 10 worksheets, they will look at the letter-size boxes to help determine how to write the cvc word, writing one letter in each box. These 10 worksheets are provided in 2 versions - one with a 'word key' box to help emergent readers, the other does not have the print model and students will be forced to sound-out the words to decode them.
Each worksheet features a different short vowel sound (a e i o and u). Clear bold graphics and uncluttered design make these worksheets very effective for the young years classroom.
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I just recently re-downloaded the revised product. I love your newly formatted pages and the cliparts! Just wondering if you would be able to correct about five of the pages near the beginning of the packet. Instead of having the direction, "Trace the ending sounds", it read "Trace the initial sounds". Thanks a bunch.
All fixed, thank you so much for letting me know about the typo!
March 29, 2013
So my understanding when buying this product is I do not need to purchase any additional licsence unless I want to share it with other teaches. But if I am buying it for my classroom use and make any modifications necessary, I do not need to purchase the add. licsence. I really like these products.
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