This back to school freebie is all about CVC words and changing it up for your advanced kindergartners, most first graders, and some second graders. Change words one sound at a time with this packet of activities! This is a 32-page sample of the larger complete packet Change It Up: Changing Sounds in CVC Words (156 pages) available in my store.
This freebie sample is meant to help students manipulate sounds and make new words one sound at a time! It is designed for students to review the consonant and short vowel sounds within CVC words as well as so much more!
The complete CHANGE IT UP packet is full of activities designed to take your beginning readers to the next level in understanding, reading, spelling, and writing CVC words by changing and building words one sound at a time.
Sound manipulation is crucial in furthering student’s development in phoneme awareness. By changing sounds and letters within CVC words students can understand how new words are made. In this packet sounds are changed at the beginning, middle, and ends of CVC words one sound at a time. The packet consists of:
• nine words with medial vowel changes
• nine words with beginning sound changes
• eight words with ending sound changes
• a total of 83 words!
Your students will get plenty of practice in the following activities:
• reading words
• spelling words
• writing words
• rhyming words
• sentence completion
• writing sentences
• word associations
• reading fluency
• identifying beginning, middle, and ending sounds
• manipulating sounds
• drawing pictures
• reading short stories
Change It Up supports the Common Core Standards for Reading: Foundational Skills for Kindergarten, First, and Second Grades.
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Also, for an in depth analysis of your students' short vowel knowledge, be sure to check out my featured assessment tool: SHORT VOWELS ASSESSMENT. It's the perfect assessment tool for back to school and all year through. Use it to inform your instruction of the short vowels in your literacy program all throughout the school year.
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