CVC Spelling Activity
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- Practice recognizing CVC and CVCe words, as well as words with blends and/or digraphs, by changing just one letter from link to link. These spring-themed pages are great for early reading spelling and vocabulary review.Help Billy Bee get from the first word to the last one as he visits each flower oPrice $7.20Original Price $12.00Save $4.80
Practice CVC spelling by recognizing words by changing just one letter from link to link. This early reading activity helps students gain confidence in reading, finding patterns, and recognizing meaning.
Help Billy Bee get from the first word to the last one as he visits each flower on the page. Change one letter to find a new word to meet the given definition. Each of the 12 puzzles is provided four times:
- 4 to a worksheet with word clues
- 4 to a worksheet with picture clues
- 1 to a page with word clues
- 1 to a page with picture clues
Nine of the puzzles have 3 missing words to figure out on the ladder and three have 4 missing words.
Word Links are also called word ladders, word golf, or doublets. The game was created by Lewis Carroll in 1877. This adaptation puts vocabulary and spelling practice into a game for early readers! These are only three-letter CVC words. Each “ladder” page has words for the student to write as they get from the beginning flower/word to the ending flower/word. Answer page is included. See more information about word ladders on the blog.