Three letter words or CVC words are the foundation of becoming a good reader and writer. It is what introduces the children to the world of blending and segmenting sounds and understanding patterns in words. This ‘three-letter words for kids‘ pack is ideal for kindergarten to practice writing three-letter words.
We begin with beginning sounds for letters and then move on to blending those sounds.
Blending c a t -> cat
Read the words in this three-letter words for kids worksheet pack. Find the correct picture and color it. Do not forget to trace the short vowel word.
In case you have just introduced your children to three-letter words, do try this word family pack first.
This pack contains five CVC words with pictures worksheets each for vowel a, e, i, o, and u.
Color the correct picture in the CVC a words worksheet above. Most words have different ending sounds so that the child gets maximum reading practice.
To practice short vowel a word family, check this free ‘vowel a word family booklet’
Read the correct CVC e words and color the pictures. The kids will love this set. I recommend using these vowel worksheets for the purpose of revisiting the short vowel CVC words.
Read the CVC i words and color the pictures. Short vowel sounds are confusing for kids and they tend to forget them so constant practice is required. These worksheets can be complemented with a fun and addictive CVC words game which is a great way to practice reading CVC words.
These CVC words worksheets can be complemented with the above ‘CVC sentences to read’ worksheets. It is ideal to revisit CVC words and begin reading sentences and sight words. Click on the worksheet above to go to the post and download it free.
In the above CVC o words worksheet, cod is a type of fish so the correct picture to color is the last one(fish).
This CVC words with pictures pack can be complemented with an addictive CVC words card game.
Another way to practice CVC words is CVC ClipCards activity. The child has to identify the picture and then clip one of the three words.