This fun set of CVC Words Worksheets is a great way to practice building and reading beginning words. Children will get to play with CVC words in a number of ways in this 40 page worksheet set.
They will get to:
Read the Words
Create their own CVC Words
Switch the Vowel
Find the Letters (Spelling)
Write the Words
Here is a quick description of the 8 types of worksheets in this 40 page set.
Flying for CVC Words - 5 pgs
In these pages, the children are given a beginning and ending consonant. They get choose a vowel that will complete the word, and write it in the middle cloud.
Under The Sea CVC Words - 5 pgs
In these worksheets, the children are given a beginning and ending consonant. They get to choose a vowel that will complete the word, and write it in the middle bubble. Then, they get to write their new word on the line.
Froggy School CVC Words - 5 pgs
In these worksheets, Frog shows the children pictures. The children say that word, sound it out, and then fill in the blank lily pads to complete the CVC word.
Dinosaur Eggs Mix Up - 5 pgs
Mommy dinosaur's eggs are out of order. The children must figure out which order the 3 letters go in to make a word. Then they write the letters in the eggs.
CVC Word Find and Write - 5 pgs
The children are given the picture of a CVC word, and a letter box. They must find and circle the letters that go in that word in the letter box. Then they can write the word on the line.
Popping Popcorn CVC Words - 5 pgs
The children are given a CVC word to read. They must find and color the letters for that word in the spilled popcorn.
Raining CVC Words - Vowel Switch - 5 pgs
For these pages the children will read the word written in the umbrella. Then they must switch out the vowel to create a new word in the raindrops. Then they can write their new word on the line.
The CVC Word Train Vowel Switching - 5 pgs
In these worksheets, the children are given a word to read on the train engine. The train cars carry the first and last letter of the word, but they must switch out the vowel to make a new word.
I hope these are helpful in you classroom. Let me know if you have any questions. I am happy to help.