CVCe words and CVC word practice together! These activities were created to help students practice both CVCe and CVC words together. I’ve found that, many resources that practice CVCe words only practice CVCe words. That means that students don’t get the chance to really work on decoding them! I wanted my students to work with both CVC and CVCe words together to help them distinguish between the two in a fun way! Each vowel (excluding e) is included in this resource. There are 3 activities for each vowel, and a mixed practice set as well!
Each vowel (a,i,o,u and a mixed version as well) Includes these activities:
Read, Find, & Cover
-Each student gets a game board and placeholders of some kind. Before beginning, be sure to name each picture together to make sure students understand what each picture is. The teacher holds up a word card one at a time, and students place a counter on the matching picture. I like to have my students touch the word, and then I give them a counter to cover the picture if they’re correct. The goal is to correctly cover the entire board! This is not a competition, just practice. After each word, I pick one student to read the word before going to the next word.
See It, Say It, Write It
-After playing the find & cover game, you can give students a quick check by having students look at the pictures, say it, and then write it. These are a sampling of the words from the game.
Wacky Story Challenge
-Students now get to use the words in context! Students will use the 6 words from the word bank to write their own story! Using the words in context is a great way to see if they’ve “stuck”
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Tips & Tricks:
- Print each board on different color paper for easy organization!
- Try different place holders to make it more fun!
- Place game boards in plastic sleeves or laminate them to use over and over!
- You can do the same the See, Say, Write practice pages to save paper!
- Encourage students to add more CVCe words to their Wacky stories.
- You can also staple them together to create a book of their stories. Have students make a cover as well!
- Use the word cards to play a flip, read, and keep game! Students flip a card over, read it, and if they're correct, they get to keep it!
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