It’s time for ‘r blend words‘ worksheets for our little readers! In this resource, we will be practicing r blend words with pictures.
In case, your little reader has not read the r blend flashcards, then please do so. You can download it free by clicking on the pack below.
These r blend words activity worksheets that I will be sharing today will certainly add to your child’s vocabulary. I will share the meanings of words that are not used regularly.
These r blend words worksheets involve cutting and pasting so keep your scissors and glue ready!
The br words are:
brass – a yellow alloy
bran- the outer covering of the grain which is separated while making flour.
brag- show off
broth- a savory liquid like soup
brat- a badly behaved child
cr blend words
Cut the picture tiles and read the word. Put some glue in each block and let your child paste the pictures in the correct block.
In case your child is confused and overwhelmed by these new words, I suggest that you do only two words at a time. Make the child read one word at a time and choose from two pictures (not all the pictures.) You can adjust depending on the comfort of your child.
The words are:
grin – a broad smile
grim- very serious
grab- grasp suddenly
grams- a metric unit of mass
grub- the larva of an insect
grid- a network of lines
pr blend words
The words are:
pram- a four-wheeled carriage for a baby.
props- objects used for a performance
prom- a formal farewell dance
prick- make a small hole with something sharp
prim- neat, formal and proper
prong- the metal pointed part of the plug
Here, the blend words are self-explanatory so just stick away!
r blends mix
The r blends words are:
trim- cutting hair to neaten it
graph- a diagram or chart
crick- stiffness in the neck
cram- study intensively over a short period of time
brim- the edge of the hat
trot- run at a moderate pace with short steps
Brit- a British person
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