This is simply a list of words from short vowel word families. It includes C-V-C, Blend-V-C, and Digraph-V-C patterns. It is a great reference for spelling words for the week and independent, group, or learning center activities. Students can read directly from the list to practice phonetic reading skills.
This product includes:
• 28 short vowel word families:
Short a – ab, ad, ag, am, an, ap, at
Short e – ed, eg, en
Short i – id, ig, im, in, ip, it
Short o – ob, od, og, op, ot
Short u – ub, ud, ug, un, up, us, ut
• Beginning blends include: bl, cl, gl, pl, fl, br, pr, dr, tr, fr, gr, cr, sl, sc, sw, sk, sp, sm, sn, st, squ, tw, str, scr, spl, spr, thr, shr
• Beginning consonant digraphs include: ch, sh, th, wh, ph
• Lists for each short vowel sound pattern that include common words and nonsense words
• A printable activity that can be used for an independent, group or learning center activity
• Suggested uses for these lists
• High frequency sight words are marked with an asterisk
• Printables for making a flip chart and instructions for use of it
• Blank cards are also provided for the flip chart
♥ Word lists are great time savers. My hope is that these lists save you valuable time while helping your children learn to read. ♥
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Other word lists you may be interested in:
Vowel digraphs word lists
R-controlled vowels word lists
Long Vowel Patterns Word Lists
Consonant digraphs and patterns
Consonant Patterns Word Lists
Antonyms and Synonyms Word Lists
Homographs and Homophones Word Lists
Compound Word Lists
Contractions Word Lists
The Contractions Word Lists is a freebie! Enjoy!
Another related product which would complement these word lists is:
Word Chunk Puzzles –CVC words
located at Classy Colleagues Store
Who can use this product:
This product is good for students who know most of the letters and coordinating sounds and are ready to start blending them into words. It will also help those students who are learning 2 and 3 letter blends and consonant digraphs and are ready to stretch out words that begin with them. Students who learn best using phonetics and word families will benefit from these lists. Resource, inclusion, and special education teachers, including speech therapists, will find these lists especially helpful.
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