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Easy Prep Silent or Magic E Word Decoding Worksheets for Centers or Assessment Activities!
Resource Prep: Colored & Black & White Covers are included in resource so you can copy the cover you would like either on cardstock or regular copy paper. Worksheets & Answer Keys can be copied in a booklet form or individually as skills are being taught.
Resource Includes the Following:
▶️ Word Decoding Book Covers (2 covers: Color or Black & White)
▶️ Bubble-In Word Decoding Worksheets -- Silent (Magic) e (Individual & Mixed)
▶️ Write-In Word Decoding Worksheets -- Silent (Magic) e (Individual & Mixed)
▶️ Word Decoding Answer Key Sheets: All sheets included
Choose which cover, if any you would like to use for your students word decoding booklets. Covers include a colored & black & white version of two types of covers. If you choose to use worksheets in centers or as assessments you many not want a cover, but this option is available if needed.
These worksheets can be used as a practice or assessment of reading skills that have been taught. Children sound out the four words next to the picture and shade in the bubble next to the word that best describes the picture.
These worksheets can be used as a practice or assessment of reading skills that have been taught. Children say the name of the picture and then write the letter sounds they hear in the boxes provided below each picture.
Answer Keys are provided for each word decoding sheet in resource. If children are doing worksheets in a center you can provide these answer keys so students can do their own self-correcting.
Other Word Decoding Suggestions:
I prepared these worksheets for my students to practice their word decoding skills and as a practice for their big end of the year reading test.
You can copy the sheets back to back for easier use. The sheets get progressing harder so be aware of what you are copying making sure you have already taught that sound or combinations of sounds. You could also have the answer key at the center so students could check their own work.
Use them as an assessment to check if you students know a certain sound or combination of sounds. I have found the bubble-in worksheets were a lot easier for students so you could do a combination of both when doing your assessments.
Make a practice booklet for students. I did this before our big end of the year reading test so they were familiar with what they were expected to do.
Use these easy prep word decoding worksheets for center activities, assessments or as a word decoding practice booklet!