CVC phonics worksheets will help your students practice reading words with short and long vowels, like short a, and vowel teams (ay-ai-ea-oa)!
The American Reading Corps is pleased to announce the first workbook in the series, Reading Intellex! Your students will enjoy working on their CVC and CVCe words alongside 12 fanciful characters with diverse personalities. Please review the preview pictures closely to see the various activities included in this resource. Examples include, decoding* regular words, spelling, writing sentences, and reading controlled text multiple times to develop reading fluency. The text includes:
-331 controlled words to decode
-79 leveled sentences
-48 controlled words to trace
-15 sentences to copy and write
-142 “Sight Words” from the 1st 100 words on the Fry List (some repeat for multiple exposures)
-Controlled activity pages aligned to specific orthographic patterns
-Short vowels, Bossy E, 2 Vowels Go Walking, Bossy R's, Select Diphthongs
Future work books are forthcoming, with the developing story of the Reading Intellex characters. I hope your students enjoy this resource!
Please consider my other inexpensive, high quality products for your literacy instruction:
Click here for single syllable nonsense word lists (free).
Click here for word lists at the VC and CVC level (free).
Click here for word lists at the CCVC/CVCC/CCVCC level.
Click here for word lists containing prefixes and suffixes.
Click here for my first book, containing over 1,000 single syllable, regular words!
Thank you for your visit! May God Speed Our Way.
Mary L. Spencer, M.Ed.
American Reading Corps, LLC
*Whole word decoding is a phonics technique designed to be implemented AFTER students receive instruction in the traditional process of segmenting and blending sounds in words. Whole word decoding activities give students the multiple opportunities they need to develop automaticity in decoding words. Each student in a small group gets an opportunity to individually decode 20 or more words within a 15-20 minute session. With traditional segmenting and blending instruction, an individual student may only decode 5-10 words, and often only as part of a choral response. These lists are an excellent resource to use for one-on-one tutoring as well. Programs developed by Lindamood-Bell, Wilson, and other Orton-Gillingham-based programs use lists like these in their remedial programs.
**Mary L. Spencer is the Founder/Executive Director of the American Reading Corps, LLC (ARC), a reading intervention and educational publishing company. Each summer, ARC provides daily, one-on-one, intensive reading intervention to students with Dyslexia and/or reading comprehension weakness. She also provides pro bono services each year. Her current client is the Denver Boys & Girls Club.
***Mary has 17 years of experience in K-12 education. Her experience includes literacy coaching in 25 schools, onsite school reform consulting, classroom teaching, school counseling and K-12 educator preparation program development. She has worked for Lindamood-Bell, the Colorado Department of Education, Jones International University and Denver Public Schools. She recently taught 3rd grade at Grant Ranch K-8 School in Denver and is now the Director of Assessment for the School of Education at Colorado Christian University. She lives in the rolling foothills outside Denver with a beautiful German shepherd, two silly cats and numerous tropical fish.