CVC words are usually the first words a student learns once they have mastered consonant and vowel sounds. These short words are perfect for helping students grasp the importance of the letter and sound relationship within words. Some students grasp this skill easily, while other students need lots of practice and repetition. It is a skill that we spend a lot of time working on in Kindergarten and 1st grade.
Good News! This packet is part of a bundle: CVC Bundle | Activities to Teach CVC Words
CVC Graphing is a great way to incorporate math and literacy! This resource includes 25 CVC graphing mats
. Most mats have four words/pictures from the same word family but a few have three words. The directions for each mat are the same. So once students understand how to complete the activity, they should be able to complete future graphs independently.
To complete this activity students will count each set of pictures on the graphing mat. They will color the graph to show the total number of each picture. They will use their graph to answer questions and then spell the CVC words on their recording sheet.
This activity makes a great center, morning tub, or fast finisher activity.
: For students who need a little extra support, have them place a plastic math cube or mini eraser over each picture as they are counting. This will help them know which pictures they have already counted. Once they are finished counting the set of pictures, they remove the counters and start again with the next set of pictures.