Many of my readers have requested more short vowel write the room printables. So here we are … set 4!
The download includes three levels of difficulty. I chose level 3 for my Six, as he reads CVC words automatically and without difficulty.
For level 3, you simply cut apart the scrambled words and post them around your home or classroom.
Have your learner(s) carry a recording sheet around the room. They copy each word using the picture clue (level 1), read and copy each word without a picture clue (level 2), or unscramble and write the word (level 3).
This is quick, enjoyable activity for my Six – one he doesn’t mind doing after a morning at kindergarten.
He only made one mistake … he misspelled “leg.” Not a big surprise considering that in our part of the country, leg is often pronounced lage. Just like bag is often pronounced. bage.
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Short Vowel Word Family Mats & Games
Students love these hands-on reading mats. Print the mats and cards in color or black and white. Watch your students read and match the words to the pictures. You’ll also get a printable worksheet and two games for each mat!