First of all, beginning/struggling readers need activities that are FUN, hands-on and engaging. Kids learn better when they are having FUN! When learning becomes a GAME, kids enjoy the process. No more tears, no more crying, no more boring worksheets! I have created our CVC Fluency Bundle to help beginning/struggling readers succeed with tons of hands-on and fun resources!
In addition to fun, hands-on and engaging resources, kids need repetition. However, repeated practice doesn't need to be boring! You don't need to practice the same skill in the same way again and again. Kids need VARIETY. This CVC Fluency Bundle includes 12 packets to help teach common word families in a variety of ways!
The packets are progressive in skill. The first packet in the series begins with isolating sounds (beginning, medial and final sounds) in simple CVC word family words.
Definition of CVC Words:
Three letter words that have a consonant at the beginning, a consonant at the end and a short vowel in the middle.
Examples of CVC words:
cat, dog, bat, nut, him, ran, big, red, map
Examples of three letter words that are NOT CVC words:
the, she, out, you
Each of the following packets are sold individually,
or you can grab the BUNDLE and save 20%!