I-Spy CVC Tiny Words Bundle (November Edition) Variable Vowels

I-Spy CVC Tiny Words Bundle (November Edition) Variable Vowels
I-Spy CVC Tiny Words Bundle (November Edition) Variable Vowels
I-Spy CVC Tiny Words Bundle (November Edition) Variable Vowels
I-Spy CVC Tiny Words Bundle (November Edition) Variable Vowels
I-Spy CVC Tiny Words Bundle (November Edition) Variable Vowels
I-Spy CVC Tiny Words Bundle (November Edition) Variable Vowels
I-Spy CVC Tiny Words Bundle (November Edition) Variable Vowels
I-Spy CVC Tiny Words Bundle (November Edition) Variable Vowels
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  1. The focus of this set is on TINY mixed CVC words for all five vowels. Included are four sets of ten objects with Thanksgiving themes. Select the cards you wish to have your students practice. Laminate, cut out and post at various locations around the room. Alternatively, the cards may be placed i
  2. The focus of this set is on TINY mixed CVC words for all five vowels. Included are four sets of ten objects with Thanksgiving themes. Select the cards you wish to have your students practice. Laminate, cut out and post at various locations around the room. Alternatively, the cards may be placed i
  3. The focus of this activity is on TINY mixed CVC words for all five vowels. Included are thirty (30) cards with an autumn/fall theme. In addition to the card set, you will need a class set of magnifying glasses (one for each child). Set Up: Print, cut and laminate the cards for durability. Plac
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These resources introduce a fun way for young learners to master reading CVC words.

Write the Room

The focus of these resources is on mixed CVC words for all five vowels. Included are eight sets of ten objects with Thanksgiving themes.

  • Set 1: All the words are hidden BELOW each picture.
  • Set 2: All the words are hidden ON each picture to offer a slightly more difficult challenge.

It is suggested that students work in pairs for this activity. Each paring will need a magnifying glass as well as a clipboard with a recording sheet. (For mini-clipboards, simply fold the page in half and have your students complete one side at a time.) One child will play the roll of “Spy” and hold the magnifying glass; the other child is the “Recorder”. They work together to determine the word and it is written on the response sheet by the “Recorder”. The students then trade rolls for the next word. Alternatively, these cards may be placed into a container for use at a learning center.

General instructions: Use a magnifying glass to find the hidden word on the card. Write the words down as you find them. Read them to the teacher or a friend when your paper is full.

Scoot

The focus of this activity is on TINY mixed CVC words for all five vowels. Included are thirty (30) cards with an autumn/fall theme. In addition to the card set, you will need a class set of magnifying glasses (one for each child).

Set Up: Print, cut and laminate the cards for durability. Place an acorn/leaf card on each desk or at each seat. You may also wish to use the optional arrow cards to indicate which direction the child will move when you give the signal (see below). It is suggested that you secure the cards to each table with Painter’s Tape to prevent the cards from shifting. The tape is easily removed from the cards at the end of the game and will not leave any residue. Photocopy a recording sheet for each child. They are provided for 15, 18, 21 and 30 students. (The answer sheet for 30 students will need to be copied double-sided.)

Game Play: Pass out the recording sheets and pencils first. Instruct the students to write their names at the top of their pages. Next, inform the students that they will also be receiving a magnifying glass. When they receive it, they are NOT to use it yet. Instead, they should hold it in their hand, with their hand raised over their head. When you say, “Ready begin,” the students will use their magnifying glass to locate the tiny word hidden on the acorn/leaf and copy it onto the corresponding space on their worksheets. For example, if a child has card #14, s/he should record the word from their card onto the line next to #14 on their paper. When all the students have finished writing their words, you will say, “Scoot.” The children will leave their pencils and magnifying glasses on the table, and carry ONLY their papers with them to the next seat. Continue playing until each student has had the opportunity to visit and record the words on each table. Be sure to review the words with your class when you have finished the game.

Have fun with these activities.

To learn what other resources are available in this "I-Spy CVC" and "I-Spy CVCe" series and how to design your own Custom Bundle click here.

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Decode regularly spelled one-syllable words.
Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words.
Segment spoken single-syllable words into their complete sequence of individual sounds (phonemes).
Isolate and pronounce initial, medial vowel, and final sounds (phonemes) in spoken single-syllable words.
Orally produce single-syllable words by blending sounds (phonemes), including consonant blends.
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