CVC words or three-letter words introduce kids to the word of blending. These I spy worksheets are a fun way to read CVC words. These involve no writing and can also be attempted by preschoolers who have started blending sounds.
The first I spy worksheet focuses on short vowel a sound CVC words. Read the words. Then find the picture that corresponds to the word and circle it. I have used bubble letters so I encourage the kids to try forming the letters.
If you are looking to read simple sentences with CVC words with your preschoolers and kindergarteners. do try the ‘CVC sentences to read‘ worksheets. It will help practice CVC words and also introduce your child to short and simple sentences. I use these to practice sight words as well.
The second worksheet focuses on short vowel e sound CVC words. Read the words. Then find the picture that corresponds to the word and circle it.
I have CVC word families worksheets focusing on short vowel e. Do try them.
The above worksheets focus on CVC words with short vowel i. Read the words and circle the pictures. These worksheets are fun as well as challenging for the kids.
You can also try these fun cut and paste worksheets to practice the CVC words with the short vowel a e i o u sounds. There are five worksheets, one for each short vowel sound. Click on the worksheet above to download.
The above worksheet focuses on three-letter words with the i sound.
I would like to recommend a book for beginning readers. Julia Donaldson’s 12 fun stories to provide perfect practice for beginner readers. The added sticker chart is very appealing for kids as they can stick a sticker for each book they read.
These books focus on building phonics skills and also motivate and boost confidence.
The last CVC words worksheet focuses on three-letter short vowel a e i o u words. Read the words and find the pictures and circle them.
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